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sr12
Helper III
Helper III

Multiple Filters

Hello,

 

How can I filter multiple things at the same time? I have an excel table and would like to filter the data for the logged in user and count how many sick leaves did the user take. 

 

My code is: Set(getTotalSickLeaveForLoggedinUser,CountRows(Filter(Table1, User().Email = 'Created By'))); 

This code gets the total number of leaves for each user

CountRows(Filter(Table1, 'Leave Type'= "Sick Leave"))), and this gets the total sick leaves.

So how i cant i add both codes together in order to filter the sick leaves for each user

 

Thanks.

 

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PG_WorXz10
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hi @sr12 ,

 

By using '&&' and function. 

  Set(getTotalSickLeaveForLoggedinUser,CountRows(Filter(Table1, User().Email = 'Created By' && YourLeaveTypeColumn="Sick leave"))); 

 

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @sr12 ,

Try this - you will have to add the column name and value to match

Set(
   getTotalSickLeaveForLoggedinUser,
   CountRows(
      Filter(
         Table1, 
         'Created By'.Email = User().Email && 
         LeaveTypeColumn = "Sick"
      )
   )
)

 

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PG_WorXz10
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hi @sr12 ,

 

By using '&&' and function. 

  Set(getTotalSickLeaveForLoggedinUser,CountRows(Filter(Table1, User().Email = 'Created By' && YourLeaveTypeColumn="Sick leave"))); 

 

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @sr12 ,

Try this - you will have to add the column name and value to match

Set(
   getTotalSickLeaveForLoggedinUser,
   CountRows(
      Filter(
         Table1, 
         'Created By'.Email = User().Email && 
         LeaveTypeColumn = "Sick"
      )
   )
)

 

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sr12
Helper III
Helper III

@WarrenBelz,

How can I show the variable value, which is the sick leave balance for example?

Hey @sr12 - Set the text property of label as 'getTotalSickLeaveForLoggedinUser' to show it in the screen.

Hi @Ashwin7104,

Thank you for your reply!

It worked.

 

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