Up until recently I was able to keep count of all my record status settings. Now I notice none of my numbers are changing so I did an export of all my records and sorted by my 2020 records so so the excel screenshot is showing my actual record values where my powerapps is "maxed" out at 1624. Can someone suggest to me why this is happening?
My formula is:
CountIf(Lead_Data, CreatedYear = ReportYear_1.SelectedText.Value)
I have no delegation warnings so I am unsure why it would not be able to count the records.
See attached screenshot to see the formula, powerapp screen and excel document side-by-side.
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Hi @KimberlyM ,
The reason why you still have problem is that:
The SharePoint ID field for a table is a number field in Power Apps. However, SharePoint only supports the equal ('=') operation for delegation on an ID field. "<",">" is not delegate for ID field.
You need to use other number field to filter.
I suggest you read more detailed about delegate functions for sharepoint :
To add a new number field, you need to update them one by one manually.
There's no very good solution.
Please do not use calculate column. This is not delegate neither.
Thank you @v-yutliu-msft so much for helping me! I am currently manually inputting the number to pull the records but it is working perfectly. Thank you for you patience in helping me understand and accomplishing what I needed!
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