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Super User
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Re: Populate Job Title, Department, etc based on user Full Name

Awesome. If you wouldn't mind marking my last post as the solution, that will help others with similar questions find the answer too :). 

 

RE: Names in AD in different orders: That is indeed tricky! 

- Hm.... I think you can try wrapping your search query with the `in` or `exactin` function

- This should allow searching for "Smith" to find "Smith, Betsy" and "Betsy Smith". 

- I'm not exactly sure how. You'll have to do some research there. 

Anonymous
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Re: Populate Job Title, Department, etc based on user Full Name

Thanks, @ericonline! Will definitely mark your above post as the answer. 🙂 

Brice235i
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Re: Populate Job Title, Department, etc based on user Full Name

Thank you, this worked as the default value for the Department field... 

First(Office365Users.SearchUser({searchTerm:NameDataCardValue.SearchText})).Department

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