After a little help here. Got a gallery that displays the results of searches and it shows if work has been completed, if it's awaiting amendments or if it was rejected. I'd like to have a current status area in the search gallery that can pull from various yes/no columns on a SP List I use to show/hide buttons depending on the job status.
So if the amendments required column is yes display Amendments Required. If the Work Complete column is Yes display Work Complete, same for Awaiting Approval etc. Not sure if this makes sense, it does to me but that means nothing!
If you want a button to show when the Work Complete column is "Yes" then put this code in the Visible property of the button.
Same for the Awaiting Approval button, put this in the Visible property
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Hi @mdevaney ,
Thanks for replying, but I've already got the OnVisable properties set for the buttons. What I was looking for is to have a label that displays its current status. I've managed to work around it by adding another column called Current Status and pulling it from there. I have other yes/no colums that I use to make sure approval flows start/dont start when needed and was hoping to be able to pull the status from those, but as they are yes/no columns I'd need to have the label display different text depending on the yes/no value of multiple columns.
Based on the issue you mentioned, you can show/hide a label and display status text depending on the Yes/No column.
On this premise, I have a test on my side, please take a try as below:
After that, a Label will show/hide displaying corresponding text based on the value in Yes/No column.
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