How To Bind PowerApps Rating Control To Sharepoint Column

In this article, we explore how to bind the rating control to the single line of text column in the SharePoint list.

Introduction

 
In this article, we explore how to bind the rating control to the single line of text column in the SharePoint list.  
 

Rating control in PowerApps

 
Rating control in PowerApps is a star rating field used in getting the scores of marks in an interview/performance or to get feedback from the users, reviewers, customers, etc. It also helps in developing the form by giving a better appearance. This is an input control with which users can rate value between 1 to a maximum number mentioned in the settings of the control. To use the rating control let’s deep dive into the below steps.
 
To work with Rating control in PowerApps.
 
Step 1: Log in to the PowerApps Step 2: Create a New App in Power App Step 3: Choose the Blank app. Either you can follow the above steps or simple create PowerApps from the SharePoint list as in the screenshot below.
 
sharpoint-create-app 
 
I have created a single line of text  column “Rating” Here my list name is Rating. Step 4:
 

Designing the App

 
As we are exploring the rating control in PowerApps, go to a new screen or click on “Customize Forms” in   the SharePoint list – “Rating” Now, in the PowerApps click on insert  Input and click “Rating”. I have renamed it as “Rating Value”.
 
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Click on the Rating DataCard at the left side in the tree view.
 
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Unlock the Rating _DataCard1as in the below screenshot.
 
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Click on Advance of the “Rating Data Card” and replace the ‘DataCardValue2.Text” to “Rating Value. Value” in the “update” field.
 
rating-datacard-to rating-value
 
Click on the Rating Value control and on the right side you will see the properties. There you can change the settings as per your wish. 
 
rating-values-setting
 
Once you set the settings, drag the Rating Value control to the Rating DataCardValue and set it’s visibility to false. 
 
rating-datacard-value
 
Now, save the form and test.
 

Final O/p

 
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Below is the output in the SharePoint list.
 
rating-app-final-output
 

Summary

 
In this article, we learned how to bind the Rating control in Microsoft PowerApps.