I'm relatively new to PowerApps, and I'm wondering how I can reproduce the ticket counter on the "Service Desk" default app.
I've connected my app to Salesforce, and I'm pulling back the Cases Table...
Here's what I'm trying to do, a count of each job with a field matching a criterion:
Here's the code I'm using to get the urgent priority count:
CountRows(Filter(Cases, OwnerId = "00Ga0000004T8gQ", IsClosed = false, Priority = "Urgent")) + CountRows(Filter(Cases, OwnerId = "00Ga0000004T8gV", IsClosed = false, Priority = "Urgent"))
I'm counting the rows in the First Line that get returned by the filter, and then adding it to the number of rows returned by the filter for the Second Line.
When I start the app there's a noticable delay before it loads, external service latency aside, is there any more efficient way I can get a count with the above code?
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You could simply do
CountRows(Filter(Cases, OwnerId = "00Ga0000004T8gQ" || OwnerId = "00Ga0000004T8gV", IsClosed = false, Priority = "Urgent"))
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I tried using the Or() operator, but that makes more sense! It's like C# all over again.
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