A Power Apps button control is used to trigger an action when clicked or tapped. Its purpose is to provide a way for the user to initiate actions and navigate through an interface.
Determines whether the button can be focused on using the tab key or SetFocus function
Screen readers will voice this text when a user selects the control
Sets the button’s style
Describes the language used to the audience (e.g. “en-US”)
Selects the mode: Edit, View or Disabled. In Edit mode the user can input values. In View mode the user can only see the values and in Disabled mode the control is greyed-out.
Distance from the top of the control to the bottom
Actions that will be executed when the button is pressed.
Text displayed on the button
Determines whether to show or hide the control
Distance from the left side of the control to the right side
Distance from the left edge of the screen to the left side of the control
Distance from the top edge of the screen to the top of the control
How To Use The Power Apps Button Control
1. Select the button control in Power Apps studio. Input a value into the Text property.
2. Write code in the OnSelect property of the button to execute an action when the button is pressed.
3. Click on the button to run the action.
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I like the new features, but this one in particular confuses me. How is this different from any other button?
The imagery is better, but otherwise…
The official blog’s article says these controls will eventually have their styling controlled by a built-in theming system. So that’s a major win. And I like how you can switch between Primary and Secondary button theming easily. Other than that, it’s the same.