There is a well known "bug" when working with SharePoint list Yes/No column :
The Yes/No value can not be compare to boolean type true/false.
Filter(SPList,YesNoColumn = true) will not return all the items with a Yes value .
The workaround is to use 1 or 0:
Filter(SPList,YesNoColumn = 1)
This will return all items with a true value, but the designer shows an error because we are comparing a boolean to a number.
It would be great to fixe that, as a Yes/No column is indeed a boolean value, we need to be able to compare that to a boolean value in PowerApps.
Apologies resetting this status. Adding @GregLi and @Emma to update with accurate status. Both TopShelf ad Audrie-MSFT are not longer able to provide an update for Power Apps ideas. @GregLi & @Emma please provide inputs and/or comments. Thank you.
@LanceDelano WooHoo good news! 🚂=========
Is this going to break any apps using the former 1/0 in place of true/false workaround?
This still appears to be an issue.
eq 1 isn't working, should we be using TRUE, now?
Finally! Last week it was still not working, now it seems to be fixed for our tenant:
'Yes No' is the name of my SharePoint column.
I tested these expressions in my formula:
@max81 Try filtering it with a second filter option.
I can filter my list by = true/false but as soon as I add a second filter criteria it doesn't return anything at all even though the second filter option works by itself and in conjunction with other filter criteria
I am still getting issue when using Filter(sharepoint table, "Yes/No Column" = true). Still getting all the false records not the true ones and using "Yes/No Column" = 1 get the comparison warning and not delegable. I am on version 3.21115 of powerapps studio
This is probably a 5 minute code fix if someone bothered to look into it. But it would also probably break all the workarounds that you guys have found.
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