Any Power Apps application you write will at some point need to delete records from your data source. Sometimes you’re on an edit screen, and you’ll want to have a delete button for an individual record, but sometimes you may want a delete icon inside a gallery control. I’m going to show you step by step in this walkthrough tutorial how to do all this with the Remove function. After that, I’ll show you how to delete several records at once based on a criteria using the RemoveIf function. Sometimes this is called a batch delete.
The example app we’ll use for all this is our task list or todo application, which you’re probably already familiar with since we recently covered how to create it here on the channel. So, this will be a part of that series’ playlist:
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