I have a list where I make columns Visible based on other columns.
I would like to hide a label with the same criteria, but it is complaining about the IsEmpty function.
the error is "The function 'IsEmpty' has some invalid arguments"
I am using If(IsEmpty(AuditedBy),true,false) in other columns to hide them when Audit did not approve yet.
Ultimatly, what I want, is to have 2 labels one for when "AuditedBy" is empty and another when it's not.
Is this possible?
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If(IsBlank(Datacardvalue5),true,false) true,false = Then show it!
Basically if you want something to show if it is NOT blank then use:
If(!IsBlank(Datacardvalue5),true,false) ! is to say if it isn't blank... if it is remove the !
Hope this helps.
Sorry that seems a rather confusing way to type it!
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Do you perhaps have some screenshots to show what you're doing?
Reason I ask is that IsEmpty() checks to see whether a table is empty or not.
When you say 'list' do you mean a sharepoint list, or a gallery, form or data table displaying that list or a collection of that list in PowerApps?
I'm not really sure how it's working for you in the current context, some screenshots might help 🙂
That worked perfectly.
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