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Filtering items in a gallery by multiple logical conditions

I have created a gallery view which I am wanting to filter the content by default (not using combo boxes nor buttons to achieve any filtering).


This is what I am currently doing to filter the items:


Both of the logical expressions work on their own however, when combined or a combined filter I receive an error:


Any advice on how to fix this or a workaround would be greatly appreciated!

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What kind of columns are TeacherEmail and Status in your datasource?

If they are a person column and a choice column, then you need to specify the properties of those columns you want to compare to.


   Filter(Table1, TeacherEmail.Email = User().Email && Status.Value = "Waiting")


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