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Delid4ve Impactful Individual
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Re: PowerApps Filter Gallery by Multiple ComboBoxes and Text Input

So basically every time you change something ie a dropdown or combo you need to re set the variable so that the gallery updates.
The easiest way is to put the formula in every controls onchange property so when you select new values it changes it.

I don’t use combo boxes and I’m not in front of my pc at the moment so I don’t know how it would handle if a combo has nothing selected, you may need to use the in operator instead of =, and may have to use a nested if statement for isblank. This will be quite a long formula tho so you may be better off using the search function rather than filter
tlevine Kudo Collector
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Re: PowerApps Filter Gallery by Multiple ComboBoxes and Text Input

I really appreciate the insight and advice. I'm going to keep trying and loop back if I am able to find a resolution.

Super User
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Re: PowerApps Filter Gallery by Multiple ComboBoxes and Text Input

Were you able to resolve this?
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tlevine Kudo Collector
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Re: PowerApps Filter Gallery by Multiple ComboBoxes and Text Input

Still haven't quite solved but am thinking that my original idea is far too complex and needs to be simplified

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