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Hiding radio input via button choice



I have two issues I am struggling with:


1.  I have radio inputs with 4 choices. Each choice makes a hidden gallery visible. HOWEVER, I would also like the radio input invisible until a button is pressed (the button is pulling information from a sharepoint list and adding to a collection). I have read lots of posts doing it in the reverse, yet I cannot seem to nail the formula? Any assistance would be much appreciated.


2. Further to the above, I would like to have "checked" icons turn visible each time a radio choice is selected. This is to help the user quickly identity what choices have been viewed. Again, I am struggling to hide this on a specific choice. I can get them to turn visible when the radio input as a whole is selected, but I need to narrow it to the radio selected choice.



Super User
Super User

hi @DGWolfe 


just to clarify:

  1. you want the radios to be invisible until you click on a button?
    • Buton OnSelect = UpdateContext({_RadioIsVisible:!_RadioIsVisible})
    • Set RadioButton's Visble = _RadioIsVisible //this will toggle the visibility of the radio button; you can alter the function to once visbile it must remain visible
  2. I assume the "check" button is in the display galley as a checkbox
    • usually the filter on the gallery display the choice selected in the radio - can you explain your case more 
    • Set Checkbox Default = yourRadio.Selected.Value

Hope this helps

Thanks Rubin,


In regards to Q1, it worked perfectly! Thank you.


In regards to Q2. No, these are no checkboxes. They are "tick" icons. They sit next to the radio button choices. I  want to turn these green each time a radio choice is selected.

Hi @DGWolfe ,


In regards to Q2. Do you want the color of the "tick" icon to change color depending on the radio button option? You could modify the "Fill" property of the "tick" icon to fill the color.




Best Regards,

Jessica Gu

Super User
Super User

hi @DGWolfe as per @v-JessicaG-msft you can fill it or set its color to Green.


Colour = If(_RadioIsVisible, Green, DimGrey) //this will make the tick green when visible else 

Helper I
Helper I

Thank you @rubin_boer & @v-JessicaG-msft 


This does work, but I was hoping to use the ticks like a checklist. There is a tick against every radio option, not the radio input. The intention was that when each choice in the radio input was selected, the corresponding tick for that selection would turn green to notify the user that that choice has been chosen.

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