A Power Apps tab list control displays a set of tabs, each representing a different section or page within an app. Its purpose is to allow users to easily navigate between related content and switch between different views or modes.
Screen readers will voice this text when a user selects the control
Sets the tab bar orientation from left-to-right or from up-to-down
Describes the language used to the audience (e.g. “en-US”)
Initial values displayed in the control before the user interacts with it
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
Table containing values displayed inside the radio group
[“Tab 1”, “Tab 2”, “Tab 3”, “Tab 4”]
Actions that will be executed when the Value property of the checkbox changes
Actions that will be executed when the radio group is pressed.
Determines the tab bar control size
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 Tab List Control
1. Select the Tab List control in Power Apps studio. Create tabs by updating the Items property with a single column list.
["All", "Submitted", "Accepted", "Rejected"]
2. Set the Default property of the control to determine the initial tab being displayed
3. Get the tab list’s current value by using this code.
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