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Relational data on Model-driven forms, part 1: Main Form Dialog - 365 Community

Relational data on Model-driven forms, part 1: Main Form Dialog

Relational data on Model-driven forms, part 1: Main Form DialogHow to improve the user experience of Power Apps forms that reference data from multiple related tables in Microsoft Dataverse. In the first part we’ll explore the use of Quick View Forms together with Main Form Dialogs.

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Relational data on Model-driven forms, part 1: Main Form Dialog – Jukka Niiranen

Model-driven Power Apps are built on top of the relational data model of Microsoft Dataverse (formerly CDS). Planning how you split your business data into different tables is a crucial step in ensuring that your app’s user experience (UX) is optimal for the data entry, consumption and update tasks that the users will need to live with.

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