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When utilizing an App, with PowerApps, you often will run into scenarios where you want to give the user multiple options in a single field. Allthough Power Apps does have a "drop down" control, after you add this specific control, you will quickly notice that there are more steps involved in creating this field. Today, we will show you how to do this by creating a custom function. Let's jump right in!
Select "Controls" and pick the "Drop Down" option
After the field is created, click on the new field. You will want to make sure the "Property" area is set to "Items"
The function needed to create a dropdown field is as follows: ["Option1","Option2","Option3"]
And that's it – easy as pie, right?! If you want to learn more about PowerApps, join us for a webinar on March 15 where we will do a deep dive into Power Apps – REGISTER HERE!