Filtering in PowerApps is not user friendly , the option to create a view in power apps (filter) based on Sharepoint List view would make life a lot easier. Creating a filter in PowerApps is very time consuming compared to a list view in sharepoint.
example of usage is a sharepoint list that has a status field ( choice field ;new, in progress , completed) and assigned to field (person field), where you would want to show in the power apps... new requests assigned to the user logged in.
Hi, SharePoint views are not currently support by the SharePoint connector and there are no immediate plans to support them. As always though, we listen carefully to our customers that have requests. I will raise this issue with the team that owns the SharePoint connector to see if they will consider it.