|Create a SharePoint List|
|Create SP List from Excel|
|Customize SP List Form|
|Create Power Application|
|Display User Data|
|Embed Power Apps in Page|
|Modifying Form Fields|
|Show Hide Fields|
|Power Apps Functions|
|Power Apps Media Control|
|Upload File to SharePoint|
|Send Email on Submit|
|Power BI Reporting|
One of the really cool features of PowerApps is the ability to use it to replace and enhance SharePoint list forms.
Here, we will walk you through how to create a SharePoint list.
Note: In this example we will create a list for storing CPR Certification Requests.
Most fields in forms are "Single line of text" including Email addresses and phone numbers. Code can be added to these fields to force formatting if desired.
When finished, your list should look something like this:
View your default SharePoint form
Note: The "Title" field is a default column in a SharePoint list and you might not need that field on your form. You can rename it and use it for something else but behind the scenes it will still be "Title" and this can cause challenges in reporting. The best option to creating a SharePoint list without the default "Title" field is to create a SharePoint list from an Excel file.
Click on New Item to see the default SharePoint list form:
Not a bad looking form, but if we want to add some branding like a logo or have a better structure for the form? That's where we turn to PowerApps!
If you want to create a customized form for this list go to the next tutorial: Customize SP List Form