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Text Input Control - auto height property required

At the moment if you have a text input control set to multiline, there is no easy way to make the text input box grow and shrink in height to accomodate the text entered. All that happens if you enter more text is that a scrollbar appears.  What is required is a "AutoHeight" property.

 

I think this is a fundamental requirement for a form.

Status: Under Review

Truly appreciate workaround provided by @mr-dang. Also adding @FilipK to comment on roadmap feasibility.

 

Thank you,

Audrie

Comments
Tinygod
Frequent Visitor

Bump.... This is relatively important feature when designing automated processes.

JohnP
Kudo Kingpin

Like many really useful small updates to PowerApps, MS seems to focus on other things like portals, CDS, model driven apps etc.

AcesOverPacific
Regular Visitor

Bump, this is clearly something that's needed and still hasn't been addressed!

Lunune
Microsoft

Bump.... since the workaround doesn’t work when you have a input textbox and an auto height label on a flexible height gallery... the auto Height label keeps the text of the first input text when you change the datasource of the flexible Height gallery.

beebul
Advocate III

BUMP BUMP BUMP .. come on Microsoft, get the UX improved!


It's 2021!

RishiChoudhary1
Regular Visitor

Update Please!!

aaron00olsen
Regular Visitor

This is crucial functionality for us, please add to the roadmap as soon as possible.

sageata
New Member

I have been very reluctant to start learning Power Apps, thinking that Microsoft has limited developers from using a DEV environment, besides the regular editor. 

 

Also, from past experiences, working with things like Power Automate, and dealing with tremendous amounts of frustration, I knew that Power Apps Editor won't be perfect, therefore I resisted even longer.

 

Eventually, I HAVE TO, create a Power App, because the SharePoint Lists are very limited when it comes to search and cascading menu. Therefore, I took some time to create one.

 

One of the first thing that I wanted to do is to make a TextInput with autoheight, searched and came across this article, which is from 4 years ago.

I appreciate all those that provided a input and even a workaround, however this shouldn't be the case. Not after almost 4 years.

This is MUST-to-HAVE feature which has been overlook for so long.

 

Please Microsoft, fix this.

 

Also, please polish your existing products and make us feel like you care.

jmurteira
Frequent Visitor

Update?

beebul
Advocate III

BUMP BUMP BUMP .. come on Microsoft, get the UX improved!


It's 2022!