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Danilo-ES-BR
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Combobox - how to reference more than one item?

Hi!
I created a combobox with 4 items. When I send it to my Sharepoint List I notice that the text received in the list looks like: item1, item2, ... ok. I would like in the powerapps for the user to select a certain option for example the user selected items 1 and 2, a message appears on a label for him. ex in label:
>>>If (combobox.select.value = concatenate (item1; ","; item 2); "message"; "")<<<

but this only works with one item only. How to work referencing what is selected in the combobox within the powerapps?

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drylemming
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I came here with a question about comboboxes too, but I think I know the answer to this one. the table comes from ComboBox.SelectedItems

 

so,

 

Concat(ComboBox.SelectedItems, Value&",")

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Do you want to display a message according to the values that are selected or just display a message if there are more than 1 values selected?

 

Let me know and we can solve this one. 

 

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drylemming
Regular Visitor

I came here with a question about comboboxes too, but I think I know the answer to this one. the table comes from ComboBox.SelectedItems

 

so,

 

Concat(ComboBox.SelectedItems, Value&",")

Are you saying you gave solved your original question?

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