In this video on Power Apps Patch function with SharePoint Columns, we will create and update items for all SharePoint column types along with tips & best practices for using the Patch function or Patch command.

Patch Function blog post for all SharePoint column types
– This blog has all the commands demonstrated in this video

Power Apps SharePoint Managed Metadata column –
Part 1 –
Part 2 –

Power Apps Yes/No column bug link

  1. Vikram Hiremath 9 months ago

    Mate great video. You made my day easy, everything I was looking for at a single place 🙌🙌

  2. Jovito Adigue, Jr. 5 months ago

    Hi asking some help

  3. Jh hatcher 5 months ago

    Great walkthrough, question – do you ever work with collections? If so, how do you use a dropdown and or a datepicker in the collection and patch it to a sharepoint list?

  4. Mohan Srinivasamurthy 5 months ago

    Thanks for your valuable videos Reza. Can you please advise how do i create a list with O365 users automatically? Is it possible?

  5. Fawzy El-Fakharany 5 months ago

    Thanks Reza, it is great video. Do you know how to patch person field with null?

  6. Mauro Quinteros 5 months ago

    Man this is amazing, excelent way of showing EVERYTHING, I love it, really good !

  7. Jh hatcher 4 months ago

    Hi, this is a great video. I am trying to patch a DatePicker selection back to a SharePoint list, but it get an error. I have searched Hi and Low and the closest thing I have found is:


    '@odata.type':"#Microsoft.Azure.Connectors.SharePoint.SPListExpandedReference", DateValue:DatePickerCertificationRenewalDate.SelectedDate}.DateValue

    I tried it several different ways but couldn't get it to work, do you have any suggestions?.

  8. Ami Khan 4 months ago

    This is how every tutorial should be done. Slowly broken down in parts and explained step by step. Thank you Reza

  9. Random Stranger 4 months ago

    Is there a way to patch a a blank/null date?

  10. Joeri Blomberg 4 months ago

    Video after video you prove that I didn't subscribe for nothing. It's simple, yet very complex and this (important!) stuff is not in the MS documentation. Thanks a lot again.
    For reference when I come back – I'm sure I'll check this video more than once – let's note that the summary starts at 20:00, which is brilliantly timed 😉

  11. David Jimenez 3 months ago

    Again, very important video if you want to success with powerapps! thank you Reza.

  12. Melvin Htet 3 months ago

    Thanks for sharing. May I know how we can lookup the sharepoint list by user().email and patch to update the info?

  13. Subrata Ranjan Pal 3 months ago

    Really, very useful , Thank you so much !!!

  14. Ahmad Yamout 3 months ago

    Thank you for your work. But what about patch with controls for numbers?

  15. Leo Meza 2 months ago

    awesome! thanks you!

  16. Fiona Cai 2 months ago

    20:03 the full patch formula shows.

  17. Aroh Shukla 2 months ago

    this video is a gem …all scenarios covered with precise details step by step …. I just love it. Thanks a bunch Reza!!

  18. itubeHirschberg 2 months ago

    Vielen Dank

  19. vinoth kumar 2 months ago

    Excellent Video, Please tell us the remaining topic videos.

  20. HR 2 months ago

    Great Video. Translationen

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