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akmiecik1
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Calendar circles not showing up on mobile

So, I have this PowerApp the utilizes a calendar (not tied to Outlook).

The calendars has days highlighted based on a Collection of dates (pulled from excel table).

The highlighting of the days, is a circle with a Visible formula as such:

If(
   (DateAdd(_firstDayInView, ThisItem.Value) in _mydates  && Title2.Visible,
    true, 
    false
)

But, alas, the circles show up fine through Chrome but do not show up on my iPhone.

 

Could somebody point me in the right direction?

Peace

 

For bonus points:

why does 

 && Title2.Visible

need to be in that above formula?

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rebeccas
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I did this video back in June on using the calendar screen and tieing to data from a sharepoint list. It isn't a great video (first I ever did) but it does break down some of that data if you want to check it out. 

 

https://youtu.be/3CI5q-o-R-s

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rebeccas
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Community Champion

Try changing that to:

 

And(DateAdd(_firstDayInView, ThisItem.Value) = _myDates, Title2.Visible) 

 

and for the bonus question

 

Title2 is typically set to show it is in the current month basically...look at the Visible for Title2 to see exactly but I think it was something like that. 

 

🙂 

 

 

  

And(DateAdd(_firstDayInView, ThisItem.Value) = _myDates, Title2.Visible) 

 

The equal sign is not allowed so I changed it to in but, alas, still nothing on the iPhone.

 

But the answer was in the bonus question:

 

I did something with the calendar so that the Month Year title at the top of the standard calendar, along with the previous next month arrows, show up in that blue header you get with an app built off of a data source.  That would be "Start with data" "Canvas App".

 

So, because of whatever I did to move the current month to the top, the && Title2.Visible causes it tnot to show on the mobile.

 

The AND statement can't be used because it require two conditions.  The IF statement (above) seems to work with && Title2.Visible.

 

Standard:

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My modification

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rebeccas
Community Champion
Community Champion

I did this video back in June on using the calendar screen and tieing to data from a sharepoint list. It isn't a great video (first I ever did) but it does break down some of that data if you want to check it out. 

 

https://youtu.be/3CI5q-o-R-s

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