Drag and Drop in PowerApps

PowerApps is great but there are some limitations. One of these limitations is drag and drop. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could drag a document into a PowerApp and then PowerApps uploads the document to a Document library. Well, you can do this with PowerApps.

One of my colleagues at Triad Group Plc developed this drag and drop feature. In the video below you can see how a document is dropped into a PowerApps and then it is uploaded to SharePoint.

In SharePoint the document is marked as accepted and the PowerApps recognises this and completes the upload process.

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