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morall
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combining two collections

ClearCollect(
    test1,
    Choices('HM InterviewStatus')
);

 

this turns an option set into a collection:

 

ClearCollect(
    test2,
    ForAll(
        test1,
        CountIf(hm_request_can_id, InterviewStatus = Value)
    )
);

 

this loops through that collection, and counts how many times each value shows up in hm_request_can_id

 

Is there a way to combine these two collections so that its 1 collection with 2 columns: status & count?

11 REPLIES 11

once again, you were spot on. the "1" worked and the updated formula worked.

 

Thank you, this helped me understand the mechanics of working with collections! 

@morall 

Excellent!  Always happy to help.

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