Create or edit a model-driven app view

In this topic, you create a new custom public view. You also edit an existing view.

Create a new view

  1. Sign in to PowerApps.

    Important

    “If the Model-driven design mode isn't available, you may need to Create an environment.

  2. Expand Data, select Entities, select the Account entity, and then select the Views tab.

  3. On the toolbar, select Add view.

  4. In the View Properties dialog box, provide a Name, such as Accounts with 25 or more employees, optionally a Description for the view, and then select OK.

    View properties

  5. In the Common Tasks right pane, select Add Columns, in the Add Columns dialog box select Number of Employees, and then select OK.

    Number of employees column

  6. In the Common Tasks right pane, select Edit Filter Criteria, in the Edit Filter Criteria dialog box, select Number of Employees, select Is Greater Than or Equal To, and then enter 25.

    Edit filter criteria

  7. Select OK to close the Edit Filter Criteria dialog box and then select Save and Close on the view editor.

  8. Notice that your view is now available from the Views tab on the PowerApps site making it available to add to an app.

Edit a view

  1. From the Views tab on the PowerApps site, select the Number of Employees view.

  2. Change the Name for the view to Number of Employees with 25 or more employees in Arizona, and then select OK.

  3. In the Common Tasks right pane, select Add Columns, in the Add Columns dialog box select Address 1: City, and then select OK.

  4. In the Common Tasks right pane, select Edit Filter Criteria, in the Edit Filter Criteria dialog box, add a second filter claus. Select Address 2:State/Province, select Equals, and then enter Arizona.

    Address 2: State/Province

  5. Select OK to close the Edit Filter Criteria dialog box and then select Save and Close on the view editor..

Create a new view from an existing view

Follow the procedure to edit a view, except instead of choosing Save and Close, select Save As and enter a new Name and Description for the view.

Next steps

Choose and configure columns

Edit filter criteria

Configure sorting