At the moment we can customise forms using PowerApps in custom list.
I would like to be able to do the same thing in document libraries.
Updating status and adding @LanceDelano
At "Ignite | The Tour" in Feb-19 I was "promised" it would be available in Q2-19.
Seems like a no-brainer really. Hopefully this will be available sooner rather than later.
Is there any word on if/when this might be included?
It would solve a number of critical issues for us.
This would be very much appreciated. Do you have any plans for developing this in the near future? Do you have any timeline?
I am looking for this feature too, and would appreciate any updates. Thank you!
I cant believe this STILL has not been done! I can't add forms for a doc lib with powerapps. I cant add custom forms in classic mode using SPD if the doclib has over 5k Items.
So therefore we cannot customize forms in any way for document libraries with over 5000 items.
c'mon microsoft, this sucks
This should be released in December 2019. It was announced at Ignite 2019.
See link below
is there ANY update to this?
This has been "promised" and "under review" for over two years.
At the moment there is no way to modify the default Document Library forms (CreateScreen, EditScreen, ViewScreen) correctly.
To be clear, I can use PowerApps to edit the default forms, but there is no way to add a new Document or Document set to the library. I have been inside and out with PowerApps and a Custom List in SharePoint, and I would be happy to share some of my custom code. But, with PowerApps not being able to edit the Document Library forms, we are looking for another non-Microsoft solution.
I also see the roadmap item's status has been updated to "Rolling Out" in CY2020.
SharePoint Document Library & PowerApps roadmap
As far as I know it's nearing the end of 2022 and still I can't seem to customize the properties panel of an integrated document library!
I hope you weren't expecting any such updates/changes/enhancements 😲
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