Exit function in Power Apps

Exits the currently running app and optionally signs out the current user.

Description

The Exit function exits the currently running app. The user is returned to the list of apps. The user can then select another app to open.

Exit stops any further formula evaluation. Any function calls chained with a semicolon operator after the Exit aren't carried out.

Use the optional Signout argument to sign the current user out of Power Apps. Signout is useful when devices are shared to ensure user security.

While authoring the app, calling Exit doesn't exit or sign out the user. However, it stops the evaluation of the rest of the formula.

Exit can only be used in behavior formulas.

Syntax

Exit( [Signout] )

  • Signout – Optional. A Boolean value that if true will sign the current user out of Power Apps. The default is false and the user remains signed in.

Examples

Formula Description
Exit() Exits the current app and leaves the user signed in. The user is returned to the list of apps.
Exit( true ) Exits the current app and the user is signed out. The user will need to sign back in with their credentials before running an app.

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