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Helper II

Create collection with data from one SharePoint list to filter another list

I got a SharePoint list that has information about courses employees can follow and another list in which the courses that people signed up for are registered. I wanna do something pretty basic, but I'm kinda blacked-out, lol. Help is appreciated!


In the registration list the user's email, name, the code of the course and the date it'll take place is stored. I filter this list and create a collection with only the records relevant to the current user (by filtering the EmailCursist column).




What I need is another collection that only shows the record from the list with course information that the current user signed up for. The list with course information has a lot of columns, but the picture below shows the relevant ones for this question, which is the Title column.




As you can see, the Title column from this list corresponds with the Cursuscode column from the first list. So it should be easy to create a collection that collects only the records from the list with course information, based on the courses the user signed up for.


Any help is greatly appreciated!


- Joeri Blomberg

Super User
Super User


Starting with your second list, assuming it is called Courses, and assuming the first list is called RegistrationList, and there is a Dropdown1 with the RegistrationList as its items property and a gallery with its Items property


                          Courses, "Enrollee", Lookup(
                                                        Registrationlist, CursusCode = Title, Titel
             wCourses, Enrollee = Dropdown1.Selected.Value


Selecting the enrollee in the dropdown should populate the gallery with their courses and there is no need for a collection. 


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