I have a survey form that contains a drop down containing a list of customers. This list is drawn from a different sharepoint list than the list that the form submits to. This list of customers also has columns containing the names of the services we deliver, and where a customer is taking that service from us, there is a YES/NO (in boolean True/False) entry that can selected.
The survey form contains two questions per service, for all the services we provide, each with question has its own data card. I would like the edit form to hide all the questions relating to services that the customer is not taking when that customer is selected from the dropdown at the start of the form. I'll also need to do the same for the view form.
We have approximately 80 services so any solution needs to be able to scale to this without crazy huge formulas.
I'm pretty new to Powerapps, so please be as explicit as you can with any suggestions. Many thanks.
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If you have multiselect dropdown values and you want to have conditional visibility you can use the following condition in visible property of that Card or whatever,
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