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Helper II
Helper II

Cascading person column of SharePoint a list in Forms

I have two SharePoint list "Project Team" and "Employee List".

Employee ListEmployee ListProject TeamProject Team

 

Now I created a form in PowerApps using "Customize Forms" action in SharePoint which looks like this.

PowerApps FormPowerApps Form

 

The Data Source of the Form is "Project Team" now I want to achieve following:
1- In the "Project Location" Combo Box I want to show distinct values because in the "Employee List" we have multiple employees in the same location.

2- In the "Project Manager" Combo Box I want to show the  "Employee" from "Employee List" where the Location is equal to what the user has selected in Project Location Combo Box and "Position" is equal to Project Manager.

3- In the "Consultant" Combo Box I want to show the  "Employee" from "Employee List" where the Location is equal to what the user has selected in Project Location Combo Box and "Position" is equal to Consultant.

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Hi @unaseerb 

The Project Location should not be a look up to Employee list, either just make it a text field with exact same value as what you put in the Employee list or make another list which you can use as look up in both entities. But you can use Distinct('Employee List', Location)

 

For point number 2, LookUp('Employee List', Location = Combobox.Selected && Position = "Project manager")

 

And in point 3, you can again lookup like in point 2.

 

Try it out and feel free to reach out.

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