Office 365 – PowerApps is the new InfoPath, at last

For many years I’ve disliked InfoPath. (I always start a blog post on a positive note).

Today, modern lists have received the options to update edit forms to use PowerApps. Imagine what you can now do! Just a thought, if you have a single list with a PowerApps form  that can update data in multiple lists? I haven’t tried this yet, but it looks like this might quite well be possible.

The new options are all in your modern lists under the Customize forms option:

 

 

Once you create your form in PowerApps. You can add fields, images, charts, icons and anything else that we’re used to in PowerApps

This has been one of the missing pieces that has been added to SharePoint Online only first.

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