Delete or deactivate a model-driven app view

You may have a view that you don't want people to see. Depending on the type of view, you can either delete it or deactivate it. If you don't want to delete the view permanently, you can deactivate it instead.

  • You can delete any custom public view. Once you verify that you really want to delete it, the view will be permanently deleted.

  • You cannot delete or deactivate any system views, including public views the system created. You can deactivate any public view, including public views the system created.

Delete a view

  1. Sign in to Power Apps.

  2. Expand Data, select Tables, select the table you want, and then select the Views tab.

  3. Select More commands More Commands button next to the view you want, and then select Delete view. You can also select Delete view on the menu bar.

Deactivate or activate views

  1. Sign in to Power Apps.

  2. Expand Data, select Tables, select the table you want, and then select the Views tab.

  3. Select More commands More Commands button next to the view you want, and then select either Deactivate or Activate. You can also select Deactivate or Activate on the menu bar.

Delete a view in solution explorer

You can delete any custom public view. Use the steps in Access view definitions to find the view you want to delete and use the Delete buttonDelete command. Once you verify that you really want to delete it, the view will be permanently deleted.

Deactivate or activate views in solution explorer

  1. Navigate to System Views as described in Access view definitions.

  2. Select a public view. To see inactive views, use the Inactive Public Views view.

  3. On the menu bar, select More Actions, and then select either Deactivate or Activate.

  4. Select Publish All Customizations.

Next steps

Create or edit a view