Add MaxDate and MinDate properties to avoid selecting dates out of range. Examples:
Avoid selecting dates in the past:
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 🙂
Updating status and adding @FilipK
@Digital: the semicolon is correct if you are in Europe.
@FlyitComPl: since recent you can also say If(Self.SelectedDate>Today();Reset(Self))Yay!
My requirement is user able to select the past 18 years' date.
I also want to prevent user from selecting dates in the future for expense reports.
It would be nice if we could set the DatePicker to show only month and year.
Ideally the date picker would be configurable in the following ways:
So, it's been 2 years since this was posted. I am wondering if we have to wait another 2 years to update the status, and another 2 years to start working on this, and another 2 years to test it, and another 2 years to implement it. I will probably retire by then.
Any updates on this?
Come on PowerApps team, please add this feature
Any update on this one @CWesener ?
Incidentally, @aprildunnam (some time ago) created a calendar component with some (maybe even all) of this functionality. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pl1YoItT1VM. I haven't used the component on its own, but have used her desk reservation template that incorporates it.
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