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How to add permissions on a gallery.

I have a gallery that is currently using the below formula allowing me to select between different items depending on their status, as well as the ability to search through the search bar.



Filter('Hire Authorisation Submit',_requestTypeFilter = "All" ||

Status.Value = _requestTypeFilter),"Field5Text",Department.Value),

'Hire Authorisation Search Bar_1'.Text,"field_6","field_7","field_8","field_9","field_4","Field5Text")


I’m looking to add an additional item to this formula meaning users can only view the form responses that they’ve submitted and are linked to their email. What would I need to add to the above formula to make this work, please?


I've had a try with a few if and filter formulas but I can't seem to make them work within the above formula.


Data source: 'Hire Authorisation Submit'

Search bar name: 'Hire Authorisation Search Bar_1'

Column within the data source for email field: ‘email’ / “field_3”

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You sir, are a genius. THANK YOU! Really appreciate the help @RandyHayes 


That's now working perfectly. 

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