PowerApps Forms – Form Mode




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Video duration: 21:23
In this video, you will learn about PowerApps Forms and their Form Modes. This is the second in a series of videos on forms to explore all of the nooks and crannies involved with this key PowerApps control.

Part 1 – PowerApps forms

Getting started with PowerApps and Excel

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8 thoughts on “PowerApps Forms – Form Mode

    Raul Romero

    (August 12, 2018 - 11:46 pm)

    Hi from Mexico, I am just starting to learn PowerApps and working on my first project. I hope you can guide me on this, radio button controls, instead of having text as items could you have images or a colored box (different for each item), the application would be to choose a color or fabric type and I am trying to have a more visual control rather than just the color name? Thanks a lot for all your shared knowledge 🙂

    Alexandre Choske

    (August 12, 2018 - 11:46 pm)

    Hey Shane, how is this images on your data showing on the gallery? They are a url from image or a uploaded image? DOes the images show on mobile devices?

    Brad Allison

    (August 12, 2018 - 11:46 pm)

    Great to learn something new with the difference between Form Mode and Display Mode. I think in a few of my projects I have been using Display mode. Great stuff

    Thristan Vasquez

    (August 12, 2018 - 11:46 pm)

    Hi Shane can you please do a video about tables and graphs some tips and tricks..ive never seen a tuitorial video on that here in youtube..thank you..more power

    Pablo Dickson

    (August 12, 2018 - 11:46 pm)

    Hey again Shane, was testing to see if the credit approval app I made would work on company cellphones. What happens is credit requests will upload attachments to sharepoint list. I tried using the app on a company cellphone (iphone) but I am not able to view the attachments. As in, the app takes you to a screen that if you are on a computer you can download attachment you select, but this doesn’t happen when you use the app on the cellphone. Attachments can be emails or pdfs but when I select on the phone to view them they do not come up. Am I missing something?

    iamdaryl v

    (August 12, 2018 - 11:46 pm)

    Hi Shane young! Great tutorial as Always. Working my first project. Thanks and GodBless.. Never stop learning.

    Hope you inlcude charts and graphs tutorial in your list. Like Dashboard kind of thing. 🙂

    Paul Lewis

    (August 12, 2018 - 11:46 pm)

    This video and the one before was a true break through on a project I'm currently working on. Thanks so much!

    Mizannet

    (August 12, 2018 - 11:46 pm)

    Great video

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