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Alessio
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Drop Down Box

How can I create a drop-down list that only displays data related to the selection of another drop-down list.

Example:
1st drop-down list: Attributes (table 1)
2nd drop-down list: Attribute values (table 2)

The two tables are connected by ID

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Re: Drop Down Box

Hi Alessio,

 

Looks like what you are wanting is a cascading dropdown.  I had a similar requirement for a client recently and created a blog post that walks you through how to do just that.  Hope it helps!

 

http://www.sharepointsiren.com/2018/03/cascading-dropdowns-in-powerapps.html  

Alessio
Level: Powered On

Re: Drop Down Box

Sorry but I can't integrate what you've done, in my need.

I tried several solutions but it does not work.

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