Suppose I have an Excel sheet containing names of all the tenants of an apartment building, payment due date, payment date, payment status, and number of days overdue. So I have the following fields in my Excel sheet:
FullName, Payment Due Date, Payment Date, Payment Status, Days Overdue
I am trying to show in PowerApp the total number of people who have not yet paid their rent . The following is what I have tried but it is not working.
CountIf(Filter(ExcelTable, ExcelTable.'Payment Status' = 'Unpaid'))
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I believe the issue is you don't need the "filter" in your function. Try this instead:
CountIf(ExcelTable, ExcelTable.'Payment Status' = 'Unpaid')
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