Power Apps Simplicity

Author by Anthony Escobedo

Power Apps and its ease of use... Here's an example:

There is logic behind the button that if a particular field is selected that it will take you to the next screen for additional information. However, if it's not selected, the #PowerApp submits the form and brings you to the confirmation screen.

Many business requests that come in are for cascading drop-downs and "if this, then that" input fields... I wanted to share a way that can significantly improve the customer experience with a simple change of text on a button.

Variable: If field is checked, set variable to true, if field is unchecked, set variable to false
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Code: If the variable is true, show Next if it is false, show Submit
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Output: Depending on the selected field, the button displays either Next or Submit

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