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Adding Tables To Model-driven Power Apps For Using In Advanced Find - 365 Community

Adding Tables To Model-driven Power Apps For Using In Advanced Find

As reviewed in my post that provides a Comprehensive Guide To Modern Advanced Find & View Management, the ability to actually search across a table using the latest Advanced Find functionality is only possible if if it exists within the app being used. I had a few questions asking how to add tables to the app even if you don’t want to have them in the navigation. Let’s take a quick look at…

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Adding Tables To Model-driven Power Apps for searching

NOTE: ALL INFORMATION IS ACCURATE AT DATE OF PUBLISHING *** As reviewed in my post that provides a Comprehensive Guide To Modern Advanced Find & View Management, the ability to actually search across a table using the latest Advanced Find functionality is only possible if if it exists within the app being used.

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