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JeTmAn
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Showing/hiding details conditionally on the browse screen

I'm trying to create a PowerApp that will show or hide information as part of a record's item in the browse screen, depending on the options chosen for that record.  As in, there's an option on each record to show or hide the home address entered for that record, and I want to have that home address show up in the browse screen listing only if the option for that record is set to "Yes". 

 

Any way to do that?  It looks like there's currently no way to refer to ThisItem properties, so it seems I have no way of creating a rule that's dependent on a particular property of the given item on the browse screen.


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JeTmAn
Level: Power Up

Re: Showing/hiding details conditionally on the browse screen

Thanks! I was able to get it to work by producing a boolean value in the visible property with ThisItem.ShowHome = "Yes"


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Re: Showing/hiding details conditionally on the browse screen

Hi JeTmAn, IsBlank(LookUp(datasource, true=ThisItem.Option) placed in the Visible property of the Address label should do the trick.
JeTmAn
Level: Power Up

Re: Showing/hiding details conditionally on the browse screen

Thanks! I was able to get it to work by producing a boolean value in the visible property with ThisItem.ShowHome = "Yes"