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j_singelais
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Filter drop down B by value selected in drop down A

I have a SharePoint list (Intake Directory) with the following fields connected to my PowerApp:

Department (drop down - datacardvalue19)

Executive Sponsor (text)

Project Sponsor (drop down)

 

I want the user to select a value from the Department drop down and have the corresponding Executive Sponsor value auto-fill and the Project Sponsor drop down values to only show those project sponsors associated to the Executive Sponsor that was selected.

 

I'm running into an issue getting the Project Sponsor field to filter the way I need it. I've tried this but it's not working:
Filter(Choices([@'Intake Directory'].Project Sponsor); Value in Filter([@'Intake Directory'],DataCardValue19.Selected.Value))

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @j_singelais ,

Just correcting your syntax, does this work?

Filter(
   Choices(
      [@'Intake Directory'].Project Sponsor;
      Value=DataCardValue19.Selected.Value
   )
)

 

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Unfortunately no

@j_singelais ,

Then try this

Filter(
   [@'Intake Directory'];
   'Project Sponsor'=DataCardValue19.Selected.Value
)

 

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Hi @j_singelais ,

Just checking if you got the result you were looking for on this thread. Happy to help further if not.

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