First try and get data in varUserObj
for that break formula up into different parts and test
Add a button - onselect for button
see if you get value
next try just
loading Users into a collection
then for a label text try
Also in a label try varUserEmail and check its value
There must be something very easy that is missed
The test brings the data we hope look
the label 1 is : First(colUser).'UserName'
the label 2 is : the variable Email
And the collection also returns of all users username
CountRows (Filter (Users, ('User Name') = (varUserEmail)))
has returned me 1
and check the gallery where I want to show the data and this time if the result has returned the records I expected 🙂
I think about who activated this is:
ClearCollect (user, users)
thank you very much Reza without a doubt in the community you are the best 🙂
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