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Extract DatacardValue from Multiselection of People

Hi Team,

 

I was wondering if someone could help me with the following issue. I have a created a PowerApp form, in which the user can select various people within the company, This field is linked to an active directory within outlook. 

 

I need to be able to pull the names of selected into a text box. I used the following formula. 
Concat(DataCardValue52.SelectedItems.DisplayName,", ")

 

However, this formula returns the following , , , , 

 

It returns only the comas and not the DisplayName of the 4 individuales selected.Form_Submit_1.PNG

 

I also used this formula in the Gallery to pull the 4 names and there is a syntax error. The only I can pull the display name of the user is using

DataCardValue52.Selected.DisplayName but this only pulls the last name selected.

 

Do any of you have any suggestions?

 

 

Thank,

 

Daniel 

 

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Re: Extract DatacardValue from Multiselection of People

Hi @DanMuriel 

 

try this

 

Concat(DataCardValue52.SelectedItems,DisplayName& ", ")

 

Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

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Re: Extract DatacardValue from Multiselection of People

Hi @DanMuriel 

 

try this

 

Concat(DataCardValue52.SelectedItems,DisplayName& ", ")

 

Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

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