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SelectedItem and dropdown

Hello again everyone
I wanted to know if it’s possible if there are three drop-down menus with filtering in which the trademark, device category and model are displayed, the data source they have, let's say a list in the sharpoint with the name LibraryБроуз2.JPG. And there is a Device screen with a gallery in which the same data is displayed, but The data source has a list in the sharpoint with the name Category IDБроуз.JPG.Is it possible to use filtering in the drop-down menus and transfer data about the model and category from the Device screen, with the existing filtering.
Filtering in the drop-down menus is as follows

DropDownTM: Distinct(Library,TM)
DropDownCategory: Distinct( Filter(Library, TM = DropdownTM.Selected.Result),Category)
DropDownModel: Filter(Library, Category = DropdownCategory.Selected.Result)

Previously, I transferred data to the drop-down menus from the Device screen in this way:

Navigate(InventoryScanScreen1,ScreenTransition.Fade, {SelectedItem: ThisItem.Model })

Is it possible to somehow combine these methods so that in the drop-down menus you can select data in both ways?

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: SelectedItem and dropdown

Hi @AleksCaine ,


Sorry but I didn't fully understand what you are trying to achieve. What did you mean by " in the drop-down menus you can select data in both ways"? What are the 2 ways? Please explain with some sample data.




Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Re: SelectedItem and dropdown

I have three drop-down menus connected to the Library list, from Sharepoint. The first you select TM and it pulls the category into the next drop-down menu, and into the next model. And so I would like to add the ability to transfer data from another list from another screen, where I made a function 
SelectedItem: ThisItem.Model

If I incomprehensibly express myself, I apologize, English is not my native language)
Best regards

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