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scootter
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Re: Making a data form visible depending on a selection

You sir, are a genius!

 

Thanks Smiley Happy

scootter
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Re: Making a data form visible depending on a selection

Hi,

 

You are still a genius, but I realised that it won't work.

 

The Radio buttons only allow one choice or another (I think), as the user can choose up to 10 options, and I only want the box to appear if they select other.... 

 

Hang on, I am an idiot... all I have to do is set the formula to 'If value=7' then if they select 9 options and 7 is not there, it won't appear, but if they select 1-7 and 9,10 it will as 7 is present...

 

Man I am dumb! Smiley Happy

 

Sometimes you need to read it out a few times before you see the forest for the trees Smiley Happy

MatthewInwards
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Re: Making a data form visible depending on a selection

Im glad I could help, and you're not dumb it just takes a second sometimes.

 

Im here if you need anything else Smiley Happy

scootter
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Re: Making a data form visible depending on a selection

Hi Mate,

 

I have a random question about the PowerApps Customise forms screen.

 

When I first go in, the Data panel is there so I can select/de-select fields, change field types, etc.

 

But once I click on one, the Data panel vanishes and the only way to get it back seems to be to exit to Sharepoint and go back in again.

 

Any ideas?

 

I just wanted to ammend 5 fields but the back and forth is driving me nuts! Smiley Very Happy