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Filter Table with multiple dropdown

Hi, I'm trying to filter a data table, usign multiple dropdowns, but the formula bar can't recognize the input. Anybody can tell me what I'm doing wrong.

 

Thanks

 

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Hi @FGUEVARA again, 

 

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Your formula should be:

Filter(PENDIENTES;PROY = drp_proy.Selected.Result)

 

I'm still confused why in your formula you used PROY, not PROYECTO.

 

Hope it helps !

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Hi @FGUEVARA 

 

Is PROY column a choice type in sharepoint  ? What is the formula for items of  drp_proy ?

  

 

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@gabibalaban thanks for your atention.

 

The source is an Excel table in Onedrive. It contains 3 columns (TAREA,PROYECTO,FECHA)

The table shows the columns (PROYECTO,FECHA)

The dropdowns (drp_tarea, drp_proy) uses the formula Distinct for the columns (TAREA, PROYECTO) 

 

Hi @FGUEVARA again, 

 

gabibalaban_0-1604591038391.png

 

Your formula should be:

Filter(PENDIENTES;PROY = drp_proy.Selected.Result)

 

I'm still confused why in your formula you used PROY, not PROYECTO.

 

Hope it helps !

View solution in original post

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@gabibalaban 

Finally works, thank you!!!

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