Tree-view updates in PowerApps Studio
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In PowerApps Studio, the Tree view shows only the first screen expanded one level by default. You can, with one click, expand and collapse all child controls on a screen or any other control that has child controls.
When you select a control on the canvas, the Tree view automatically scrolls to highlight that control. When you search for a control, the Tree view shows each control that matches your criterion and indicates that control’s location in the hierarchy.
In addition, the Tree view doesn’t lag when you scroll through it or select a control. You can also use keyboard shortcuts and perform a larger set of common actions from the context menu. For example, you can group, reorder, and align controls without switching between the keyboard and the mouse.