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DessiBroughton
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Gallery with multiple filters, show All Items

Ok, I'm having a mindblank and can't get past this formulaic hurdle 😞 

 

I have a gallery with 3x filter variables, which must work concurrently.

In each of the filters, I want there to be a "show/select all" option. I'd hoped to invoke the mighty * wildcard, but alas, no love in Power Apps. 

 

My current formula is not having the desired outcome. 

 

SortByColumns(Filter(SteelPulseR4,code = Code_Input.Text || Code_Input.Text = "<All>" && Quarter = Quarter_Input.Text || Quarter_Input.Text = "<All>" && Game = Dropdown1.SelectedText.Value),"start",Ascending)

 

SteelPulseR4 = datasource

code = gallery title

Code_Input = filter 1

Quarter = gallery subtitle

Quarter_Input = filter 2

Game = Gallery field 3

DropdownSelectedText.Value = filter 3

 

Help?

 

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @DessiBroughton ,]

You need to bracket and/or combinations - do you want this

SortByColumns(
   Filter(
      SteelPulseR4,
      (   
         code = Code_Input.Text || 
         Code_Input.Text = "<All>"
      ) && 
      (
         Quarter = Quarter_Input.Text || 
         Quarter_Input.Text = "<All>"
      ) && 
      Game = Dropdown1.SelectedText.Value
   ),
   "start",
   Ascending
)

or this

SortByColumns(
   Filter(
      SteelPulseR4,
      code = Code_Input.Text || 
      (
         Code_Input.Text = "<All>" && 
         Quarter = Quarter_Input.Text
      ) || 
      (  Quarter_Input.Text = "<All>" && 
         Game = Dropdown1.SelectedText.Value
      )
   ),
   "start",
   Ascending
)

 

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @DessiBroughton ,]

You need to bracket and/or combinations - do you want this

SortByColumns(
   Filter(
      SteelPulseR4,
      (   
         code = Code_Input.Text || 
         Code_Input.Text = "<All>"
      ) && 
      (
         Quarter = Quarter_Input.Text || 
         Quarter_Input.Text = "<All>"
      ) && 
      Game = Dropdown1.SelectedText.Value
   ),
   "start",
   Ascending
)

or this

SortByColumns(
   Filter(
      SteelPulseR4,
      code = Code_Input.Text || 
      (
         Code_Input.Text = "<All>" && 
         Quarter = Quarter_Input.Text
      ) || 
      (  Quarter_Input.Text = "<All>" && 
         Game = Dropdown1.SelectedText.Value
      )
   ),
   "start",
   Ascending
)

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

You're a legend! Brackets, of course! 

 

Thanks Mr Warren Belz! 

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