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ruchiga
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Filter with two options as a data type

How do I use the filter function with yes/no as two options data type (common data service) in PowerApps? I can do the filter function with yes no options using the SharePoint field like this Filter(DataSource, IsField = true) 

 

I tried this but it's not working 

Filter([@DataSource], 'IsField (DataSource)'.Yes).

 

Please help.

 

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v-siky-msft
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Hi @ruchiga ,

 

Please try with this formula:

Filter([@DataSource], IsField = 'IsField (DataSource)'.Yes)

Snipaste_2019-10-16_10-55-14.png

Hope this can help.

Best regards,

Sik

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v-siky-msft
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Hi @ruchiga ,

 

Please try with this formula:

Filter([@DataSource], IsField = 'IsField (DataSource)'.Yes)

Snipaste_2019-10-16_10-55-14.png

Hope this can help.

Best regards,

Sik

It's working! Thank you so much!

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