This blog post is part of a series called AMFTF (a message from the field) containing short blog posts about a best practice, a functionality, a how-to and/or something just worth writing a blog post about Todays topic is one of my best tips related to SharePoint forms.
This blogs focuses on how to add defaults to a SharePoint Customized (or PowerApps) form. The list in this demo includes all the column types including managed metadata. The video walks you through the steps in detail, however, this blog contains all the functions incase you want to copy and paste
This is the 5th in a series of blog posts regarding database design principles and PowerApps. It presupposes that the prospective designer has reviewed the first 4 posts in the series and now has constructed the tables and defined the relationships between them. All data points are reduced to their smallest logical component and each table has a single characteristic with fields that are either a number, currency, text, Boolean, hyperlink, or date/time and are not calculated from other fields. Each cell of the table contains a single value or fact. Each table has a primary key and there are no duplications of data between the rows. All tables are connected by Primary and Foreign keys. All Many-to-many relationships have been changed to two One-to-many relationships with a Junction table between them.