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View in PowerApps based on sharepoint list view

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.

 

 

 

 

 

Status: Declined

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. 

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PriyaRani
Regular Visitor

I have a power app with some lookup columns. However, the lookup column list is getting. I want to filter out this data in power app based on a status column. Is it possible?

LanceDelano
Power Apps
Status changed to: Declined

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. 

Creative_ID
Frequent Visitor

It would be really helpful for SharePoint list views to be pulled in as separate tables, like Excel.

CamS9999
Regular Visitor

Was researching this issue also.. can't believe it's not standard functionality

Bardsley
New Member

If there is any way to up-vote this request or otherwise support this request I would do so. Even being able to configure sorting of a list data would be an improvement. It seems such an obvious feature I find it difficult to understand why it is not supported.

md2017
Regular Visitor

Please reconsider this request. It isn't possible to build a powerapp of any reasonable complexity without allowing Sharepoint Views to filter data to work around this crippling limitation.

 

It is doubly irritating as it's now possible to do such filtering in Power Automate - so I not unreasonably assumed that I'd be able to do the same in PowerApps!