Some days ago on posted just a screenshot on LinkedIn showing a flow that would share D365 Finance and Operations (Finance and Supply Chain Management) embedded Power Apps with all users that are working with D365 FinOps.
If you are operating a PowerApp on a touch device where you have to input Numbers in a frequent manner, you might drive users crazy if they have to tap on a textinput field and wait for the touch device to load the native keyboard for each input cycle.
In order to improve the input experience in a current PowerApps project, I decided to design a NumPad for touch devices. If you are facing same requirements the following tutorial might be worth reading.
Some of you might be struggeling with building menu screens for larger apps. Having everything alligned and correctly placed can be a pain. What if we need another button once we needed to extend the app? Rearranging everything can be very time consuming and nerve-racking. 🙁
Finally I found another approach which I’d like to share with you. What if we’d just use galleries to manage our menu screen in PowerApps?
In my last blog post I explained how to create a form screen including a gallery in order to add/edit/view table entries and browse them. (LINK).
We’ll now learn how to filter the data in different ways
- using a drop down control
- using another gallery
- by the actual user
One of the essentials when building Apps with PowerApps is the creation of screens to view, edit and add data. In this blog post I’d like to show you how to successfully build a form screen.