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Submit captured image to SharePoint List

I think it would be great to make photos captured in the PowerApp Camera control be submitted to SharePoint List.

 

Status: Started

We have started working on this, but this is complex as by default SPO lists do not have a concept of images stored in them. This is the top item on our SharePoint connector team and we are actively working on it.

 

Sadly, don't have a timeline due to the complexity of the problem.

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Regular Visitor

Step 1 Create a Flow with an Powerapp Trigger like so:

2019-11-05 11_47_54-Edit your flow _ Power Automate.png

Step 2 customize your newly created Flow using the "dataUriToBinary(triggerBody()['Compose_Inputs'])" snippet

2019-11-05 11_48_42-Create your flow _ Power Automate.png

Step 3 save and connect your Flow to a PowerApp Button

2019-11-05 11_53_04-Wareneingangsstörung - PowerApps.png

Step 4 send your captured image to flow

2019-11-05 11_54_13-Wareneingangsstörung - PowerApps.png

Step 5 test your button then add the Add Attachment Sharepoint function within Flow

2019-11-05 11_51_42-Create your flow _ Power Automate.png

 

Advocate II

When does this feature will be available ?

Regular Visitor

This was raised in 2016 and the status is Started.

What is the update and is it going to get finished and when.

What is the legendary SharePoint Connector team working on if it takes 4 years to get something through?

Does this also include the concept of saving a Word Template in Dynamics 365 CE to SharePoint rather than downloading it to your Downloads folder?

I have this image of an elite army like SAS crack SharePoint Connector squad sitting around a barbeque drinking beer and telling war stories of CRM V1.0

 

Post Patron

Hey Microsoft!!!

@MIS,

What's up with this request?  Its being worked on for over 4 years!!

 

We need to be able to save images captured by the camera control as an attachment to the list item being created at the time we are taking the pic.

 

TIA,

Joe