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Consider leveraging User() to help you here. This is an out of the box PowerApps function that returns useful contextual information about the current user that is using the app. If any of the below is in common with one your columns, you can try and filter by this information and it is a handy way to use the current user's contextual info - including even to possibly filter your SharePoint List by this information.
Returns information about the current user.
The User function returns a record of information about the current user:
|User().Email||Email address of the current user.|
|User().FullName||Full name of the current user, including first and last names.|
|User().Image||Image of the current user. This will be an image URL of the form "blob:identifier". Set the Image property of the Image control to this value to display the image in the app.|
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