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Andy_Prog
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Hide a User in a Gallery

Hey guys!

 

I have a gallery reading Office365 Users, but there's one user I don't want to be in the Gallery.

Is there any function in particular that would work for this?

I have tried so many methods to hide just one user.

 

Thank you.

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@Anonymous  Thank you so much!

 

I changed the Email to DisplayName and it worked!

 

Filter(
    Office365Users.SearchUser(
        {
            searchTerm: txtInputEmployee.Text,
            top: 500
        }
    ),
    Not("Display Name" in DisplayName),
    AccountEnabled = true,
)

I appreciate it thank you very much!

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Pstork1
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What is the items setting for the gallery?  Couldn't you just add an additional Filter() function around that to Filter out that one user?



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Anonymous
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Hey,

 

When setting items in a galerry, u can use Filter() and as condition to be Not(user_u_donot_want_to_display in column).

 

So for example, if you know the email of the user u can use Filter(Datasource, Not(user_email in WorkEmail_field))

 

Hope this helps.

@Pstork1 So far I have this in the Items:

 

Filter(
    Office365Users.SearchUser(
        {
            searchTerm: txtInputEmployee.Text,
            top: 500
        }
    ),
    AccountEnabled = true,
    If(
        Len(Department) < 1,
        Department = ddDepartment.Selected.Value,
        true
    ),
    If(
        ddDepartment.Selected.Value <> "",
        Department = ddDepartment.Selected.Value,
        true
    ),
        If(
        Len(Mail) > 1,
        true
    )
)

 

@Anonymous  So far I have this code in the Items, where would I place the code you gave me?

 

Filter(
    Office365Users.SearchUser(
        {
            searchTerm: txtInputEmployee.Text,
            top: 500
        }
    ),
    AccountEnabled = true,
    If(
        Len(Department) < 1,
        Department = ddDepartment.Selected.Value,
        true
    ),
    If(
        ddDepartment.Selected.Value <> "",
        Department = ddDepartment.Selected.Value,
        true
    ),
        If(
        Len(Mail) > 1,
        true
    )
)  

Hi @Andy_Prog 

 

Add UserPrincipalName<>"the user email" to your filter criteria

 

Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

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Anonymous
Not applicable

Hey, 

 

just put comma in your filter function and add the desirable condition.

 

 

Hey @RezaDorrani,

 

I'm a little new to PowerApps, still learning. Here I provide my code I have so far, where would I place your code?

Filter(
    Office365Users.SearchUser(
        {
            searchTerm: txtInputEmployee.Text,
            top: 500
        }
    ),
    AccountEnabled = true,
    If(
        Len(Department) < 1,
        Department = ddDepartment.Selected.Value,
        true
    ),
    If(
        ddDepartment.Selected.Value <> "",
        Department = ddDepartment.Selected.Value,
        true
    ),
        If(
        Len(Mail) > 1,
        true
    )
)

Thank you!

Hi @Andy_Prog 

 

Filter(
    Office365Users.SearchUser(
        {
            searchTerm: txtInputEmployee.Text,
            top: 500
        }
    ),
    AccountEnabled = true,
UserPrincipalName <> "enter the email here". If( Len(Department) < 1, Department = ddDepartment.Selected.Value, true ), If( ddDepartment.Selected.Value <> "", Department = ddDepartment.Selected.Value, true ), If( Len(Mail) > 1, true ) )

@Anonymous  Thank you so much!

 

I changed the Email to DisplayName and it worked!

 

Filter(
    Office365Users.SearchUser(
        {
            searchTerm: txtInputEmployee.Text,
            top: 500
        }
    ),
    Not("Display Name" in DisplayName),
    AccountEnabled = true,
)

I appreciate it thank you very much!

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