I have a form that has a drop down to select the user's department and a combo box to select the various email groups that user is a part of. When the form is submitted, the data is saved to a sharepoint list.
The email group list is extremely long and I would love to be able to filter these groups based on the selected department. I created a second Sharepoint list with Departments and Email Groups and changed the Items property for the combo box in the form to: Distinct(Filter('Distribution Lists', Department = drpDepartment.Selected.Value), Title) and it worked great. The correct distribution lists displayed based on the selected department. However, these values did not write back to Sharepoint.
Is there a way to get these to write back to Sharepoint OR is there a way to filter the drop down content without the use of a second list?
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Check to make sure the Update property of the datacard containing the controls is referencing the proper control and that the syntax is correct.
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