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eenochs
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Filter Date Range

I have a SharePoint list that i'm using to track support tickets.  I want to create a gallery that will show the last 30 days of items submitted using a specific incident type. 

 

Example would be you click from a drop down a specific icident type called Printers.  Then the gallery will show any items submitted to the list with that incident type.  Having challenges coming up with the filter formula. 

 

 

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Filter Date Range

Agreed with @sudeep22169 here.

The formula should be written as:

 

Filter(TicketList, Type=Dropdown.Selected.value && CreatedDate>=DateAdd(Today(),-30,Days))

More information, see:

Filter function

DateAdd function

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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sudeep22169
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Re: Filter Date Range

Filter(datasource, items = dropdown.selected.value && date = Today()-30 )

This might help you.

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Community Support Team

Re: Filter Date Range

Agreed with @sudeep22169 here.

The formula should be written as:

 

Filter(TicketList, Type=Dropdown.Selected.value && CreatedDate>=DateAdd(Today(),-30,Days))

More information, see:

Filter function

DateAdd function

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
llacefield
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Re: Filter Date Range

@v-micsh-msft 

What would be the best approach to avoid the "Delegation Warning" you would receive with this line of code?