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How to: delete a SharePoint List Form customized with PowerApps

Building SharePoint List Forms with PowerApps is starting to roll out.  As you customize your forms, you may get to a point where you want to delete one of them.  When you customize a SharePoint List Form in this manner, the PowerApp itself doesn’t show up in your list of apps so you might be wondering how to delete the form itself.  It’s not too had, once you know where to look.

Before you go an delete your form, keep in mind that you can roll back to any previously saved version using the version history.  Just click on File, Save, and then See All Versions.

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Just click the Restore button if you need to go back a version.  If you have the PowerApp open in an editor in another browser tab, you’ll need to close that first.

If you really need to do delete the PowerApp though, you can do that from the List Settings on the SharePoint list itself.  Click on the Form Settings link.  This is where you used to go to turn on and off InfoPath back in the day.  First, select Use the default SharePoint form.

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Next, select Delete the custom form.

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Click OK on the confirmation and the custom PowerApps form for your SharePoint list will be gone.  You can now choose PowerApps –> Customize forms again to start over with a new form in PowerApps.

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About CoreyRoth

Corey Roth is an independent SharePoint consultant specializing in ECM, Apps, and Search.
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