Power Apps: Planning SharePoint Lists Relationships from Daniel Christian

I think these videos are fundamental when using PowerApps with SharePoint. You not only save your nerves, but also unnecessary workarounds -> Because with this tip you can interact easily and directly in the PowerApp.

I personally use the knowledge especially in SharePoint Customized Forms (with PowerApps). I don’t use LookUp columns or similar in the SharePoint list, but only within the app. So I have a better and easier control, where I can directly enter the functions without using any long “code snippets”.

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