To improve integration of Powerapps (O365) with Sharepoint online (also O365) it is a necessity to allow for viewing and editing multivalued lookups through a Powerapps app. Lookup columns with multiple values enabled are a very common and widely used feature in Sharepoint.
As stated on this page currently multivalued lookups in Sharepoint are not supported.
It will be very usefull if we could have an page template/master so all application screens could inherit from the template/master the same look and feel.
Whatever you put in the template/master will be repeated in all pages.
So, for example, if you need to change the size or color of a rectangle that is repeated in all pages, you do not need to go page by page to change it, you just need to change it in one place, the template/master.
Currently you can only use the Tablet Layout when creating a blank app. Can you please include this layout when generating an app from a data source? I really think this should be a high priority. The option to switch between layouts would be nice too.
It takes a long time to build an app from scratch, particularly as the gallery control in a blank app does not seem to find fields/columns in the data source (I've updated the Items formula, but it cannot find the columns, despite having used them successfully in the same app generated using Phone Layout).
Could you allow text input in the dropdown control offered under PowerApps Insert tab, so we can do serch in the dropdown, in the same way that the DataCardValue Dropdowns does.
As you see in the picture, I'm able to type in the dropdown in the left and it will filter the results. In the right side you can see that I'm not allow to type with the dropdown offered by the PowerApps Insert tab, therefor there is no way to filter the results and this can be tedious for the user when they have to scroll down in a large list.
PD: If you are wondering why I'm not using the other dropdown then, this is the thread with the problem I'm facing:
I want to suggest that there be a file uploader(Control or Button ) to be used to upload files from local to the required locations like Sharepoint/Cloud/Onedrive etc.
Currently there is Addimage is present based on that we can select only the images types only and not able to change the file type eventhough there is Allfiles are showing in the OpenDialog.Things to be updated like seprate control or the Addimage control to be modfied to pick any file that can be saved in the prefered location as mentioned above.
I checked another approach also using the Import control. This also not support the all files it supports the zip formate.
For Clients as developers we will not suggest to zip your file every timea and use the Import .
One more thing i need to add to this is while using the Export and Import controls genrated files are not usefull outside the PowerApps, if those files can access in their original formate from outside that will be very usefull.
IF we provide the Upload functionality the end user who uses the app they can easily upload thier files useing the app which is devloped in the PowerApps.
Example: Am a user i want to upload file which is present in my mobile phone or file which is persent in my local on the desktop.
If these is the requirement, to provide solution to this using powerApps now it is not possible.
If these is achived in PowerApps End user will go for the uploads provideded by the App which is built on the powerApps.
I use task lists ALL THE TIME because of the built in workflow. It is THE single most common list I use. Not being able to use Power Apps on a task list is a major limitation. Please make this a priority ASAP
My main blocking point right now, is that I can not attach files to SharePoint list via PoweApps edit forms.
I can create app which can manage orders in SharePoint list for my company in few seconds, but we are forced to keep original email request in list. For this we are using InfoPath which works fine, but PowerApps should be much more suitable solution.
Also we are using same procedure but with excel forms, for that is also important to be able to EDIT excel/word... attachment directly on SharePoint. So what I would like to have in DisplayForm/edit form, when I click on excel file attached, it will open my excel, let me edit it and save it back directly to SharePoint like is possible now with forms on SharePoint.
Once I will have those 2 things in PowerApps, my live will be much more easier!
Would like to use PowerApps in our company, but right now... its not possible
It would be useful if the Office 365 User connection would return all properties of the AAD object, not only a subset. Why not include City and Country/Region for example which are useful to set presets by location instead of creating a custom Azure function for that.
In several scenarios users should be able to read/edit/delete only what they have permissions to read/edit/delete. So even if the user access data from other ways, the data should be protected by permissions.
So I need a way to enforce item level security, so I can set who can read/edit/delete for each item. Ideally I would like to use AAD groups for this.