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Make item in gallery invisible once added to a collection.

Hi,

I am looking to create an app to enable a census of animals at a farm. We have a gallery of animals on the farm, and once all details have been checked, the animal name, ID number and any changes required to our records will be listed in a collection, which I intend to have emailed to an administrator to make any necessary changes.

To make life easier for the farm staff handling the physical count and check, I would like to remove the animals from the initial gallery once they have been checked and noted. Is there any way to do this?

The data originates from Dynamics365.

 

Thanks in advance

 

MattyH. 

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Re: Make item in gallery invisible once added to a collection.

I have gone about this a different way. As the changes are not required to be made immediately to D365, I am going to use an Excel table instead, which can be amended on the fly.

 

Thanks.

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Re: Make item in gallery invisible once added to a collection.

@MattyH 

It's likely that you could achieve this by applying a FILTER to the Items property of your initial gallery.

Filter(
    your_datasource_name,
    CheckedColumn = true,
    IsBlank(NotesColumn) = false
)

 

If I am misunderstanding something please let me know.  I was not sure what "noted" meant.  My guess was it referred to some field using for writing Notes.

 

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Re: Make item in gallery invisible once added to a collection.

I have gone about this a different way. As the changes are not required to be made immediately to D365, I am going to use an Excel table instead, which can be amended on the fly.

 

Thanks.

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