cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Reply
Anonymous
Not applicable

Button visible

how to make button visible for a specific share point list. I have tried 

 !IsBlank(LookUp('Managers', Access = "Full"))

 

and I have tried this 

If(Full.Text <> "Full" And Full.Text <> "Full", false, true)

 

NEITHER WORKS 

 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions
rohentz
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Anonymous how are you?

 

@Anonymous the Lookup function, will return the first result based on the filter, a record.

 

You can check this behavior on Filter, Search, and LookUp functions in Power Apps (contains video) - Power Platform | Microsoft Docs

I did a small sample with a list with the same name and attributes as below:

 

rohentz_0-1663160360663.png

 

First sample that the return is false, there is a return from Lookup and using ! to let button visible

 

rohentz_2-1663160849162.png

 

Second sample if not founded the record, filtering Basic

 

rohentz_3-1663160905618.png

 

Formula to use !IsBlank(LookUp(Managers, Access = "Basic"))

 

Please let me know if you have any doubts or concerns about the solution provided.

 

Best regards

 

Rodrigo Hentz

Microsoft Power Platform Support Engineer

 

 

 

 

View solution in original post

8 REPLIES 8
rohentz
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Anonymous how are you?

 

@Anonymous the Lookup function, will return the first result based on the filter, a record.

 

You can check this behavior on Filter, Search, and LookUp functions in Power Apps (contains video) - Power Platform | Microsoft Docs

I did a small sample with a list with the same name and attributes as below:

 

rohentz_0-1663160360663.png

 

First sample that the return is false, there is a return from Lookup and using ! to let button visible

 

rohentz_2-1663160849162.png

 

Second sample if not founded the record, filtering Basic

 

rohentz_3-1663160905618.png

 

Formula to use !IsBlank(LookUp(Managers, Access = "Basic"))

 

Please let me know if you have any doubts or concerns about the solution provided.

 

Best regards

 

Rodrigo Hentz

Microsoft Power Platform Support Engineer

 

 

 

 

Anonymous
Not applicable

it works but not how I want it too.  I have an entire list of managers  and I had to make it where no one on the list has full access then the Button was invisible. But if I set everyone to none  and left  ONE person to Full the entire list can still see the button .  I want it set to only people on the list with full access can see the button. 

Hi @Anonymous how are you? @Anonymous in this case what I think is that you have to add more filters on Lookup function mapping to an attribute that can identify the user, maybe a column in your list with the email address so you can use it to filter and return only one record. For sample, in your list add the email address column (maybe UserEmail), and at Lookup add the second condition && UserEmail = User().Email . The User function documentation User function in Power Apps - Power Platform | Microsoft Docs

 

That way you will return only one record, for the current logged user. If a record was founded so the button will be visible otherwise not.

 

Best regards

 

Rodrigo Hentz

Microsoft Power Platform Support Engineer

Anonymous
Not applicable

!IsBlank(LookUp('Managers', Access = "Full" & useremail = User().Email))

 

this code comes back as incompatible 

Anonymous
Not applicable

"incompatible types of comparison. These types cant be compared : Boolean, Text"

Hi @Anonymous looks like is missing an & 

 

The formula is && UserEmail = User().Email 

 

Best regards

 

Rodrigo Hentz

Microsoft Power Platform Support Engineer

Anonymous
Not applicable

yes that did not work it came back with error message vs   the boolean message

Anonymous
Not applicable

How do I add  the user who is sending this email to get a copy of the (form)/ email being send at the same time  when i hit the submit button.

Filter(Office365Users.SearchUser({searchTerm:supervisor.SearchText}).Mail, supervisor.SearchText)

[ Thats what I'm using in the form to search the supervisors email]

 

And this is what I'm using to submit the entire form to where once I {THE USER} hits the submit button the supervisor gets the email.

SubmitForm(Form3);Navigate ('Success Screen_1');

 

Here is what i want to do.

How do I add  the user who is sending this email to get a copy of the (form)/ email being send at the same time  when i hit the submit button.

 

 

Helpful resources

Announcements

Celebrating the May Super User of the Month: Laurens Martens

  @LaurensM  is an exceptional contributor to the Power Platform Community. Super Users like Laurens inspire others through their example, encouragement, and active participation. We are excited to celebrated Laurens as our Super User of the Month for May 2024.   Consistent Engagement:  He consistently engages with the community by answering forum questions, sharing insights, and providing solutions. Laurens dedication helps other users find answers and overcome challenges.   Community Expertise: As a Super User, Laurens plays a crucial role in maintaining a knowledge sharing environment. Always ensuring a positive experience for everyone.   Leadership: He shares valuable insights on community growth, engagement, and future trends. Their contributions help shape the Power Platform Community.   Congratulations, Laurens Martens, for your outstanding work! Keep inspiring others and making a difference in the community!   Keep up the fantastic work!        

Check out the Copilot Studio Cookbook today!

We are excited to announce our new Copilot Cookbook Gallery in the Copilot Studio Community. We can't wait for you to share your expertise and your experience!    Join us for an amazing opportunity where you'll be one of the first to contribute to the Copilot Cookbook—your ultimate guide to mastering Microsoft Copilot. Whether you're seeking inspiration or grappling with a challenge while crafting apps, you probably already know that Copilot Cookbook is your reliable assistant, offering a wealth of tips and tricks at your fingertips--and we want you to add your expertise. What can you "cook" up?   Click this link to get started: https://aka.ms/CS_Copilot_Cookbook_Gallery   Don't miss out on this exclusive opportunity to be one of the first in the Community to share your app creation journey with Copilot. We'll be announcing a Cookbook Challenge very soon and want to make sure you one of the first "cooks" in the kitchen.   Don't miss your moment--start submitting in the Copilot Cookbook Gallery today!     Thank you,  Engagement Team

Announcing Power Apps Copilot Cookbook Gallery

We are excited to share that the all-new Copilot Cookbook Gallery for Power Apps is now available in the Power Apps Community, full of tips and tricks on how to best use Microsoft Copilot as you develop and create in Power Apps. The new Copilot Cookbook is your go-to resource when you need inspiration--or when you're stuck--and aren't sure how to best partner with Copilot while creating apps.   Whether you're looking for the best prompts or just want to know about responsible AI use, visit Copilot Cookbook for regular updates you can rely on--while also serving up some of your greatest tips and tricks for the Community. Check Out the new Copilot Cookbook for Power Apps today: Copilot Cookbook - Power Platform Community.  We can't wait to see what you "cook" up!    

Welcome to the Power Automate Community

You are now a part of a fast-growing vibrant group of peers and industry experts who are here to network, share knowledge, and even have a little fun.   Now that you are a member, you can enjoy the following resources:   Welcome to the Community   News & Announcements: The is your place to get all the latest news around community events and announcements. This is where we share with the community what is going on and how to participate.  Be sure to subscribe to this board and not miss an announcement.   Get Help with Power Automate Forums: If you're looking for support with any part of Power Automate, our forums are the place to go. From General Power Automate forums to Using Connectors, Building Flows and Using Flows.  You will find thousands of technical professionals, and Super Users with years of experience who are ready and eager to answer your questions. You now have the ability to post, reply and give "kudos" on the Power Automate community forums. Make sure you conduct a quick search before creating a new post because your question may have already been asked and answered. Galleries: The galleries are full of content and can assist you with information on creating a flow in our Webinars and Video Gallery, and the ability to share the flows you have created in the Power Automate Cookbook.  Stay connected with the Community Connections & How-To Videos from the Microsoft Community Team. Check out the awesome content being shared there today.   Power Automate Community Blog: Over the years, more than 700 Power Automate Community Blog articles have been written and published by our thriving community. Our community members have learned some excellent tips and have keen insights on the future of process automation. In the Power Automate Community Blog, you can read the latest Power Automate-related posts from our community blog authors around the world. Let us know if you'd like to become an author and contribute your own writing — everything Power Automate-related is welcome.   Community Support: Check out and learn more about Using the Community for tips & tricks. Let us know in the Community Feedback  board if you have any questions or comments about your community experience. Again, we are so excited to welcome you to the Microsoft Power Automate community family. Whether you are brand new to the world of process automation or you are a seasoned Power Automate veteran - our goal is to shape the community to be your 'go to' for support, networking, education, inspiration and encouragement as we enjoy this adventure together.     Power Automate Community Team

Hear what's next for the Power Up Program

Hear from Principal Program Manager, Dimpi Gandhi, to discover the latest enhancements to the Microsoft #PowerUpProgram, including a new accelerated video-based curriculum crafted with the expertise of Microsoft MVPs, Rory Neary and Charlie Phipps-Bennett. If you’d like to hear what’s coming next, click the link below to sign up today! https://aka.ms/PowerUp  

Tuesday Tip | How to Report Spam in Our Community

It's time for another TUESDAY TIPS, your weekly connection with the most insightful tips and tricks that empower both newcomers and veterans in the Power Platform Community! Every Tuesday, we bring you a curated selection of the finest advice, distilled from the resources and tools in the Community. Whether you’re a seasoned member or just getting started, Tuesday Tips are the perfect compass guiding you across the dynamic landscape of the Power Platform Community.   As our community family expands each week, we revisit our essential tools, tips, and tricks to ensure you’re well-versed in the community’s pulse. Keep an eye on the News & Announcements for your weekly Tuesday Tips—you never know what you may learn!   Today's Tip: How to Report Spam in Our Community We strive to maintain a professional and helpful community, and part of that effort involves keeping our platform free of spam. If you encounter a post that you believe is spam, please follow these steps to report it: Locate the Post: Find the post in question within the community.Kebab Menu: Click on the "Kebab" menu | 3 Dots, on the top right of the post.Report Inappropriate Content: Select "Report Inappropriate Content" from the menu.Submit Report: Fill out any necessary details on the form and submit your report.   Our community team will review the report and take appropriate action to ensure our community remains a valuable resource for everyone.   Thank you for helping us keep the community clean and useful!

Users online (3,262)