I have a canvas app, with SPO as its datasource.
I have a scenario where User1 has completed a section of the form.
User2 has now come to section2 to enter up to 7 reviewers (this is a case by case scenario, sometimes 2 reviewers sometimes 1, other times 5)
I have on that screens OnVisible created a variable Set(MyReviewer1,Lbl_Reviewer1.Text);// and so on for each reviewer (this is to cater for another scenario).
On my next button I want to it to be able to only navigate to a screen which has a reviewer entered by User2. So if User2 has entered Reviewer1 then the next button should navigate to Reviewer1Screen, but if User2 entered the names for Reviewer2 and 3 navigate to Reviewer2Screen then Reviewer3Screen.
I want to avoid the scenario where users need to click through 7 screens when there will be data on say 3 screens.
Is this possible?
I have a status column to cater for which reviewers complete there sections but not sure how I achieve this?
Reviewer1, Navigate(Screen1, Fade),
Reviewer2, Navigate(Screen2, Fade),
Reviewer3, Navigate(Screen3, Fade)
The code might look like to simple, but the logic inside a Switch() function should help you to select based on your scenario
take a look here https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/canvas-apps/functions/function-if for further documentation. OnSelect of one of your footer items, you would set a variable. Let´s say it becomes 1, 2 or 3. Then you can type something like Switch(variableName,
1, Navigate(Screen1, Fade), //do action when variableName = 1
2, Navigate(Screen2, Fade) //do action when variableName = 2
Got the idea?
Afraid not, im not from a developer background.
Some help if you can, would be appreciated in terms of the code I would use on my button, or maybe if you have similar code, just so i can get the idea with how to use it
You don´t need developer background. I already provided you a sample with
Switch(variableName, 1, Navigate(Screen1, Fade), //do action when variableName = 1 2, Navigate(Screen2, Fade) //do action when variableName = 2 )
All you need to do is use variableName and OnSelect of your buttons to show specific gallery set it to be 1, 2, ...
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