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Filter a Gallery with Office365 User's Manager

Hi All,


Is it possible to filter a Gallery with Office365 User's Manager - Display Name?

I am trying to do this, but I am getting an error.


Error message: This rule creates circular reference between properties, which is not allowed. A property cannot reference itself or other properties affected by its value.

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Hi @scorpion77 ,

Yes, Possible.

Please find the below solution for your problem.

Filter(Sourcename,Lower(ManagerName) = Lower(Office365Users.Manager(User().Email).DisplayName))


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Super User

@scorpion77 sure you can use the with the User's manager, but you will have to be clearer as to what it is you want to filter. 

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@rubin_boer  & @VijayTailor 

Thanks for your responses.


I am trying to filter a gallery with the Manager Combo box as a filter to select the Manager.

When we select a Manager, gallery should show only selected manger reporting users data.


In the Gallery, I am getting user's manager name from the Office365.



Tried this formula with my SharePoint data source. It's not working in this scenario.

Filter(Sourcename , Lower(ManagerName) = Lower(Office365Users.Manager(User().Email).DisplayName))

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