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rishimarde
Helper I
Helper I

Gallery Filter

Hi I am trying to filter the Gallery with 

 

Filter(
Beschaffungen;
'Created By'.Email = User().Email;
If(
FilterbyApproved = true;
Status.Value = "Abgeschlossen";
Status.Value <> ""
);
If(
FilterbyOffen = true;
Status.Value = "in Klärung mit EK" Or "in Klärung mit WL" Or "in Klärung mit AL";
Status.Value <> ""
)
)

 

but app check is showing warning that "filter" might not work with big datasets.

 

How can I improve this?

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RandyHayes
Super User
Super User

@rishimarde 

First, you cannot "Or" conditions like that in a formula.  And second, you also cannot delegate a filter for not blank - <> ""

 

Based on your formula, I am not sure that you actually need the Status.Value <> "", 

so, Please consider changing your Formula to the following:

 

Filter(Beschaffungen;
    'Created By'.Email = User().Email;
    !FilterbyApproved || Status.Value = "Abgeschlossen";
    !FilterbyOffen || (Status.Value = "in Klärung mit EK" || Status.Value = "in Klärung mit WL" || Status.Value = "in Klärung mit AL")
)

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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RandyHayes
Super User
Super User

@rishimarde 

First, you cannot "Or" conditions like that in a formula.  And second, you also cannot delegate a filter for not blank - <> ""

 

Based on your formula, I am not sure that you actually need the Status.Value <> "", 

so, Please consider changing your Formula to the following:

 

Filter(Beschaffungen;
    'Created By'.Email = User().Email;
    !FilterbyApproved || Status.Value = "Abgeschlossen";
    !FilterbyOffen || (Status.Value = "in Klärung mit EK" || Status.Value = "in Klärung mit WL" || Status.Value = "in Klärung mit AL")
)

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

_____________________________________________________________________________________
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NOTE: My normal response times will be Mon to Fri from 1 PM to 10 PM UTC (and lots of other times too!)
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Thank you so much!! That worked👍

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