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Hey!
I have three dropdown columns and I want the third one to be visible if the first isn't blank and the second has value "xxx". Anyone got the command for this? 🙂 

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RandyHayes
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@Powerapps12345 

Set your Visible property on the third dropdown to the following:

    !IsBlank(dropdown1.Selected.Value) && (dropdown2.Selected.Value = "xxx")

 

The above formula is based on the most common selected property "Value".  Your actual property will be based on the items property of your dropdowns.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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RandyHayes
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@Powerapps12345 

Yes:

  !IsBlank(dropdown1.Selected.Value) && (dropdown2.Selected.Value = "xxx")

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RandyHayes
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@Powerapps12345 

Set your Visible property on the third dropdown to the following:

    !IsBlank(dropdown1.Selected.Value) && (dropdown2.Selected.Value = "xxx")

 

The above formula is based on the most common selected property "Value".  Your actual property will be based on the items property of your dropdowns.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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Hi!
The first dropdown should not be blank. 

The third one should be visible if the first isn't blank and the second has value "xxx". Is there a formula if a dropdown column IS NOT blank = has a value?

RandyHayes
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@Powerapps12345 

Yes:

  !IsBlank(dropdown1.Selected.Value) && (dropdown2.Selected.Value = "xxx")

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Thanks, it worked! I was reading the formula wrong haha! I have another problem that you might know how to help me with. 
I have a app that has a camera function where I have added a flow. The flow saves the picture to sharepoint with the name of the value in one of my dropdown columns. I can only take one photo though, because it saves the image with the same name. If I want to take several photos with the same name (for example 3 photos linked to the ordernumber/name), is there any way to put auto numbering which make allows me to take several photos with the "same name"? 
For example:
The name of the photo from a dropdown column is Cat. I want to take three photos but I want the flow to save them by the name "Cat_1, Cat_2, Cat_3" and so on. 
Do you get it? 🙂 @RandyHayes 

RandyHayes
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@Powerapps12345 

Sorry to miss the last prat of your question.   Are you still experiencing issues that you need help with?

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Hi @RandyHayes 
I solved it, thanks anyway 🙂

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