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jDominic
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Re: Add a counter to a column with a button function in PowerApps

The UpdateIf worked for me!

 

Thank you for the response - super easy to implement, and it edits the value directly without having to manage variables.

 

The only thing I'd add is that you'll likely want to add a ;Refresh('DataSource') to the end of the update function so that the value displays immediately.

Anonymous
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Re: Add a counter to a column with a button function in PowerApps

Looks so interesting but the are not enough deatils, may you please share the code where you display the number of Likes when the Like Button is pressed  

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