New Navigation for Model-Driven Apps

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New Navigation for Model-Driven Apps

 

Microsoft has been continuing their quest to reduce the number of button clicks and screen changes a user experiences while working with Dynamics 365 Model-Driven Apps.  Previously, navigation features like Modal Windows required custom JavaScript to utilize, but more and more UI features are being made available in the Power Apps editor.

Embedded Forms

For a long time, Quick View forms were the go-to method of displaying related data on a form.  These fields were read-only, so users would have to navigate to that related record if they wanted to make any changes.  Now, you can embed a related record's form in another form!  Supposed you wanted to give user's the ability to modify Account information from a related Contact.  Simply add a new Form input component from the editor:

 

Then select the Lookup for the record you wish to display and you're done! Easily modify 2 separate records from one page... (Read full post on www.beringer.net)

 

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