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Soumo777
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Creating dynamic graphs

Hi,

I am fairly new to PoweraApps. I have a SharePoint list called "Employee" with the following columns:

Title (text)
Salary (number)
Designation (dropdown)

 

I have used the formula: AddColumns(GroupBy(Employee, "Title","Group"),"Sale",Sum(Group,Salary)); to get the hightes paid employee.

Now I want to create a chart which will show the highest paid employee based on their designation.

 

For example:

There are 3 designations HR, Tester and Coder

I want to have show the the highest paid HR, tester and Coder.

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