In this post, I’ll show you a way to create a form that has the appearance of tabs, using a SharePoint list form customized with PowerApps. Customize your form with PowerApps. (see my previous post on how to do this) The tabs at the top of your form are just going to be buttons, we’ll make them look like tabs.
There is a brand new, super easy way of customizing SharePoint Online list forms now, replacing the way that we used to do it in InfoPath. Now, not only can we quickly customize a list form in the browser using PowerApps, but once we do that, that customized form becomes the default form on the list! So, when end users
On December 13, 2017, I’ll be presenting a free webinar for the nice people at VisualSP, called Related Lists in PowerApps PowerApps is the new way of building forms and business solutions in Office 365. Are you moving to PowerApps from older legacy technologies like InfoPath and MS Access? With related lists and tables, and SharePoint lookup columns, it’s done
The SharePoint Conference North America is coming to Las Vegas! It’s going to be May 21-23, 2018, and I’m hoping to see you all there! Registration is open now, and be sure to sign up for my FULL DAY POWERAPPS WORKSHOP. When you register, be sure to pick an option that includes workshop(s). Be sure to use my code ROGERS
Have you heard about the virtual Collab365 Global Conference 2017 that’s streaming online November 1st – 2nd? Join me and 120 other speakers from around the world who will be bringing you the very latest content around SharePoint, Office 365, Flow, PowerApps, Azure, OneDrive for Business and of course the increasingly popular Microsoft Teams. The event is produced by the
This solution was done using Microsoft Flow. The idea is that change requests are being created in a SharePoint site. All of the people involved in getting assigned tasks to review the change request are EXTERNAL to the organization. They are on the go, and I wanted to create a quick and easy way for them to respond to an
Wow, what a whirlwind of a week it was last week! For those of you who were there, you probably felt overwhelmed with the large number of exciting updates and innovations, not only in SharePoint, but across the board! I’ll list a few Microsoft articles and resources here, pertaining to all of the new stuff: NEW SharePoint hub sites in
Just two days ago, I virtually did a presentation at the DFW SharePoint user group meeting. I went through various terminology in PowerApps, and how to translate the way we did things in InfoPath, to how it’s done in PowerApps. One of the things that I mentioned, was that conditional formatting is still pretty complicated, because it needs to be
Are you going to be at #MSIgnite next month in Orlando? I hope so! I’ll be there, and I’m looking forward to seeing you and all of my SharePoint community friends! First of all, did you know that you can set up your own schedule, and also share it? I’ve picked a bunch of sessions (mostly SharePoint-related) that I’m looking
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