When my users are filling in the entity form in the power app portal they might need to switch a language to understand the content but if they will, the data will be lost. The form is very long and to get the "Submit" button a user must click the "Next" button many times.
I am wondering is it possible to have a warning message for users in powerapps portal when a user changes a language a kind of "Click Submit button before switching a language or your data will be lost".
Also, I am thinking about having a custom "Submit" button or moving the default submit button - have it in every tab of the entity form.
Can anybody help with ideas on how we can have an Intermediate save? Thank you in advance
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Thank you for reply,
Should I check the check box for the action configuration of the "Submit" button?
I didn't quite understand the result of the checkbox. If you could provide a screenshot or a short video it will be helpful
that check box will add a validation not in regards the submit button, but it is in regards the HTML Form Post/Submit.
once you enabled this option, if you make changes to your form and try to close the browser/tab/go to a different page or whatever you do that will leave the page, it will prompt the below confirmation
@OliverRodrigues Thank you very much, now I understand that I just needed to check the "additional settings" checkbox without choosing any button. I was trying to modify the fields in the screenshot but no changes are being applied after publishing
I was thinking to modify the text of the message if possible.
And in the Japanese page I expected to see the message in Japanese, or it depends on the browser language
I attached the screenshot
exactly, there is no need of adding additional buttons
I do remember in the past I tried using those fields to set my custom messages, but I am nearly sure it won't work. The reason for this is because this is more a browser functionality and you can't really change the texts that it shows (you can give it a try).
I tried to change all the possible fields but it didn't work.
Anyway I can show this to my customer as a variant.
This oob feature is not always useful. For, instance my entity form has steps on tabs
And when I hit the "next" button, the warning message triggers and it is a bad experience for user
hi @tetiana_komar I don't think that's to be expected
the next button should act like a form submit, and that message shouldn't be coming up
can you maybe try with a new web form, but this time untick the "auto generate steps" and create just one/two steps as a test
if you still face the same issue I would recommend opening a support ticket with MS
I am working with entity form, not a web-form. If I uncheck the checkbox "generate steps on tabs" i will have no "Next" button, only "submit"
p.s. I saw your training
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