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Restrict available dates in Datepicker controls

Add MaxDate and MinDate properties to avoid selecting dates out of range. Examples:


Avoid selecting dates in the past:

Datepicker1.MinDate: Today()

 

Set maximum selectable date to 1 year in the future since today:

Datepicker1.MaxDate: DateAdd( Today(), 1, Years )

 

Attached image shows what it would look like MinDate property 🙂

Status: Under Review

Updating status and adding @FilipK

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HN
Level: Powered On

 There is no properties of min and max date in datepicker

PowerApps Staff
Status changed to: Under Review

Updating status and adding @FilipK

Anonymous
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I have exactly opposite requirement. For the purpose of report generation, I want Max date not more than today and min date to be any date less than today.

Level: Powered On

@Anonymous I have the same requirements.

Level 10

This would be hugely useful. At this point, we can set conditional formatting if the date is "invalid" but preventing the user from saving an invalid date requires hiding/disabling the save/submit button. This works, but is sometimes overly complicated.

Level: Powered On

Same Requirement.

Level: Powered On

Probably an existing requirement. But selecting two dates in the datepicker for date ranges. And week number support for the picker would be great.

Br,
Andreas

Level: Powered On

Any update on this?

Anonymous
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Hi,

Any update for this feature ?

 

 


@Underdog1987 wrote:

Add MaxDate and MinDate properties to avoid selecting dates out of range. Examples:


Avoid selecting dates in the past:

Datepicker1.MinDate: Today()

 

Set maximum selectable date to 1 year in the future since today:

Datepicker1.MaxDate: DateAdd( Today(), 1, Years )

 

Attached image shows what it would look like MinDate property 🙂


 

Level 8

It would be useful to disable certain dates e.g. weekends, or to specify a week commencing date.