I have two dropdown fields in PowerApps each pulling from a SharePoint list. Both dropdowns store values 1-5 and I want if a user selects a value in dropdown 1 and another in dropdown 2, that a third field (text field) shows those values multiplied - so if a user selects 3 and then 5, the value of the third field will be 15.
Further to this, I would like for that field to be color coded such that if a value is between 1and 6, its green, if its 8-12 its yellow, 15-16 is orange and 20-25 is Red. These are the only combinations. Any feedback on how to achieve this appreciated.
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Something like this for the text label
Conditional color formatting i've never tried but it would be some form of if statement in the colour property of the field (Updated, Thanks Asan)
If( Value(TextLabel.text) <= 6, Color, Value(TextLabel.text) <= 12, Color, Value(TextLabel.text) <= 16, Color, Value(TextLabel.text) <= 25, Color)
@BlessedCobba .. You are said right.. but one small modification required in your formula..
This is right..
@joshieboy Need to modified below formula then it will be work.. what every your required value & color you can choose...
If( Value(TextLabel.Text) <= 6, Color, Value(TextLabel.Text) <= 12, Color, Value(TextLabel.Text) <= 16, Color, Value(TextLabel.Text) <= 25, Color)
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Thank you very much for the prompt feedback. I did the first piece with the multiplication and it works well. I just had to change .Value to .Result. For the color coding, what property am I setting this on, as the formula for multiplication is set on Default.
@joshieboy Property Name : Color in which tool used like Label or textinput box used formulae... simply color used text like Red, Green, Blue or you can use RTGB(255,255,0,1) like...
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