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Filtering via multiple dropdowns

Hi, I have an app based on an Excel spreadsheet. It's quite a long list of products, making the app quite big to scroll through, so I've added a screen with two dropdown menus. I want to be able to filter the results based on two criteria - "Type" for product type, and "People" for number of users per product. All other fields will be displayed in the results but only two columns need to be searchable. I've got a Submit button, so ideally users would be able to filter using either or both of the dropdowns. Would love a little help as to the code I need to make it functional! Thanks

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Re: Filtering via multiple dropdowns

If you add a few conditional statements to look at the dropdowns I find it works best.


You will also want the dropdowns filled with a "default" type of state, I usually have them say "All" as well as the filtered items (this doesn't work so well if you use a list from a table)


Then you simply have to do some comparisons to see what the values say.


If(Dropdown1.Selected.Value ="All" && Dropdown2.Selected.Value="All",

Note: This checks both dropdowns, display your full unfiltered collection if both say "All"





Note:This is to check the first dropdown for All, if it's not we want to use it in our filter, but need to next check the other dropdown.



Note:If this dropdown also does not equal "All" then we want to use it as well, so filter the collection using both.




Note: If the 1st dropdown is the only change, filter using just that.




That should get you started.



Filter using bother dropdown values.



Helper I
Helper I

Re: Filtering via multiple dropdowns

Thanks for this @JRaasumaa! You will have to excuse my naivety, but where does this code need to go please? Also, would I not need some code that refernces the columns in my spreadsheet? Thanks for your time! 

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