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rainingtalent
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Bug - Filter won't work using checkbox value unless mixed with non-delegable conditions

Filter(Task, Task_x0020_Status='Tasks View Type'.Value) won't work unless I mix it with any non-delegable conditions, like Id=Contact.ID. If I remove the non-delegable condition it doesn't properly work, but any non-delegable (no matter how irrelavent) will make it start filtering.

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Re: Bug - Filter won't work using checkbox value unless mixed with non-delegable conditions

Hi @rainingtalent,

 

Is this Task_x0020_Status column a Yes or no column? If so, I just tested with this formula and I got the same result that no matter I check the check box or not, it will always filter with false.

 

Yet the issue could be workarounded by using below formula instead:

If(Checkbox1.Value=true,Filter(ListList,YesNo<>false),Filter(ListList,YesNo=false))

 

I have tested and this works for me. 

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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rainingtalent
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Re: Bug - Filter won't work using checkbox value unless mixed with non-delegable conditions

Yes, it's a yes no column. I will try the workaround, as long as it doesn't make it non delegable then it should be fine. I'm glad it's confirmed as I spent way too long wondering what was going on.

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