Power Apps Dynamic Form – SharePoint List Content Types

This video will show you multiple ways to create a dynamic Power Apps form for SharePoint List that uses multiple content types.

In PowerApps, we don’t have any method to check what all the columns belong to a content type. Watch this entire video to learn how you can get/query all the content types belonging to the given list and get all the columns to a content type.

Link to Flow used in option 2: https://github.com/DeepakS22/DPowerAutomate/blob/master/GetSharePointListColumnsbyContentType_20210405223231.zip

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