Yes, it is possible, make a list to register the rooms and an appointment schedule, but to validate this, you would need to make the manual in PowerApps
You can ask to times only for the room you want, example:
Sort(Filter(Rooms; And(MostraID.Selected.Value = IdServicos.Value ));Title;Descending)
And if you want to add the schedules through PowerApps and validate that the schedule does not exist yet, you can use the CountIF function:
If(CountIf(AgendaFin; DtAgendamento = VData.SelectedDate And Hours.Value = Hours.Selected.Value) = 0; true;false)
This function validates if there is a record in Sharepoint, if that record already exists, it prevents the creation of a new record with the same characteristics, that is, it will be necessary to select a new room or a new day for the room!
Hello @Paulo_VS ,
I want to try your solution.
But I am confused where to start.
Do I have to create a new calendar screen and use your formula?At the moment, I can only see 3 particular option:
but I have created other 3 rooms in my outlook:
these are the rooms that I want to show up in powerapps.
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