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Preetha321
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Lookup - visibility

I am customizing a SharePoint list form and I want to control the visibility of a lookup field based on the setting of a Yes/No toggle

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Set visible property of your lookup field datacard to  <yourTogglename>.value .This will automatically take care of toggling 

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @Preetha321 ,

Make the Visible of the Data Card (or Control if you want to keep the structure) - replace with your toggle name

YourToggleName.Value

 

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g1224
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Set visible property of your lookup field datacard to  <yourTogglename>.value .This will automatically take care of toggling 

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