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WilliamAzevedo
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Sharepoint list Choice field 'Value' property not appearing

Hello, everyone.

 

I'm a beginner in PowerApps and i believe i found my first difficulty.

I have a Sharepoint list with a Choice column and i would like to use the information in that column as a filter using a Dropdown control. In order to achieve that, i've read a few tutorials here in the Community, but i always face one problem: the Value property (I guess) for that column is not available to be used with the Dropdown control and I don't understand why.

As a test, i created a simple list and tried to generate a PowerApp from that to show you:

 

Here's the list. the type data for the column 'Opções de teste' is ChoiceHere's the list. the type data for the column 'Opções de teste' is Choice

 

The app I generated. Notice that the choice field appear to each registerThe app I generated. Notice that the choice field appear to each register

 

And here, I expected to see the Value property to the Choice column in that list, but it didn't happenAnd here, I expected to see the Value property to the Choice column in that list, but it didn't happen

 

Any help is appreciated!

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RandyHayes
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@WilliamAzevedo 

Change your Items property formula on the dropdown to be based on Choices.

i.e.  Choices('Teste DropDown'.yourChoiceColumnName)

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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RandyHayes
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@WilliamAzevedo 

Change your Items property formula on the dropdown to be based on Choices.

i.e.  Choices('Teste DropDown'.yourChoiceColumnName)

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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Thank you very much, @RandyHayes , it did work!

Now I’ll try do make the filter. Thank you one more time for sharing your knowledge!

RandyHayes
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@WilliamAzevedo 

Happy to help!

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