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Spell Check

Full spell check capability for PowerApps would be very helpful. 

Status: Completed

You can now enable the spell checker in all browsers on the Text input and Rich-text editor controls.  Simply set the EnableSpellCheck property to true to have your browser's spell check enabled in your app.

 

Note that this property is set to "false" by default in Text input, causing spell-check to not be enabled by default in Chrome, which was the case before.  Simply set it to true, and you'll have spell-checking in all browsers, including mobile.

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@FilipK Is there an official announcement/documentation that PowerApps on Windows support is limited or low priority? 

Because this has quite an implication on decision making to offer PowerApps over other technologies when proposing solution to clients.

 

Thanks.

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@FilipK just seeing your comment that the spell check feature was planned for summer 2019. is there an updated timeline on this? thanks!

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@FilipK  is there an update on the spell check feature or any workaround for this?

PowerApps Staff

This is getting to the top of our que, we expect it to be out in production by November.

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This is a great idea.

What definition of "Real Soon Now" have you applied to this request?

 

Level: Power Up

Hello team,

 

when will it be available in November and how can we enable it?

 

Is it going to take into account issues like a space missing after a "," or "." ?

 

Thanks 🙂

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We need the PowerApps for Windows 10 app to have spell check capabilities as well in the edit form fields you can type in. It is currently working in the boxes outside of the Edit Form for browser and PowerApps Windows 10 app.

Level: Power Up

Dear team,

Spell check was available when editing text fields in PowerApps last week. Is there any known issue? we do not have it available anymore (using chrome)?

 

PowerApps Staff
Status changed to: Completed

You can now enable the spell checker in all browsers on the Text input and Rich-text editor controls.  Simply set the EnableSpellCheck property to true to have your browser's spell check enabled in your app.

 

Note that this property is set to "false" by default in Text input, causing spell-check to not be enabled by default in Chrome, which was the case before.  Simply set it to true, and you'll have spell-checking in all browsers, including mobile.

Level: Powered On

Please provide more details where the Text input and Rich-text editor controls are... is this within PowerApps or browser?