I have previously posted a number of blogs that, in some way or another, speak to functionality Microsoft deprecated. This blog articulates how you surface at least some EXIF metadata embedded in media-type assets / files with a specific focus on EXIF metadata that may be embedded in photo or image type files.
In this blog four alternate techniques are outlined that enable App Makers to render the practically any type of document stored in SharePoint Document Libraries in PowerApps
1. Actual PDF documents ( Basic Flow )
2. Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, HTML files (and numerous other document types) converted to PDF documents on-the-fly
3. Thumbnail images of the documents generated on-the-fly
4. Actual PDF documents
( Advanced Flow with Graph APIs )
Showcase how to extract EXIF metadata from photos and files from SharePoint (eg location data and basic tags) and surface that data in PowerApps
Displaying images / photos stored in SharePoint with PowerApps historically has proved challenging for many frustrated App Makers. The Graph v2 APIs to the rescue…
This blog post articulates and demonstrates how App Makers can render photos stored in SharePoint Document Libraries leveraging the RenderListDataAsStream REST API within PowerApps.