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HF306
Helper I
Helper I

Gallery View

Hi all,

 

I create a gallery on PowerApps where is shows for all item that has been created. The edit form can be enter by many users. I need help on how do I write a code where once a form is submitted by a user, only that user is able to see the submitted form.

 

For example, User A submit a form and at the gallery it should only show form submitted by User A. User B can only see form submitted by User.

 

The code below is the current code that is used for my gallery at the moment. 

 

Filter('sharePointName',StartsWith(No,SearchInput.Text))

Appreciate all help!

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RandyHayes
Super User
Super User

@HF306 

Please consider changing your Formula to the following:

Filter('sharePointName', StartsWith(No,SearchInput.Text) && StartsWith('Created By'.Email, User().Email))

This will ensure that it is using the unique ID of the user - the email.  StartsWith in the formula is used to avoid the potential of letter case being different between the User() function and the actual email stored.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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daruom
Helper II
Helper II

Hello,

All sharepoint lists have (by default) a "Create by" field.
In Sharepoint, when you are on your list, you can modify the display to see it (it is present but invisible by default).

In your formula, you can use the "User" function to compare:

 

Filter(
    sharePointName;
    'Create by'.DisplayName = User().FullName
)

 

RandyHayes
Super User
Super User

@HF306 

Please consider changing your Formula to the following:

Filter('sharePointName', StartsWith(No,SearchInput.Text) && StartsWith('Created By'.Email, User().Email))

This will ensure that it is using the unique ID of the user - the email.  StartsWith in the formula is used to avoid the potential of letter case being different between the User() function and the actual email stored.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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@RandyHayes Indeed, it is more judicious with the email.

It worked, thank you andy!!

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