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Nate Halliwell from Pragmatic Works is back with another insightful YouTube tutorial. This time, he delves into the world of Power Apps, demonstrating how to efficiently filter galleries in a canvas app using multiple selected items from a combo box. The key highlight? Achieving this without encountering delegation issues, particularly when working with dataverse tables.
Nate starts by showcasing a simple canvas app, emphasizing its relevance to Pragmatic Works' Asset Management tool. This tool, designed for tracking and assigning assets within an organization, serves as the backdrop for the tutorial. The goal is to create a multi-select combo box that allows users to filter assets based on type and quantity.
1. Adding a New Screen:
2. Configuring Gallery Fields:
3. Inserting a Combo Box:
4. Enabling Multiple Selections:
5. Crafting the Filter Logic:
6. Handling Lookup Fields:
7. Overcoming Intellisense Challenges:
8. Live Testing:
9. Introducing a Slider Control:
10. Dynamic Maximum Value:
11. Logical Tests Expansion:
12. Dual Filter Validation:
In this tutorial, Nate Halliwell provides a comprehensive guide to empower Power Apps users in mastering multi-select filtering without the delegation pitfalls often associated with dataverse tables. By combining the flexibility of combo boxes and the precision of sliders, users can create dynamic, user-friendly interfaces for effective data navigation.
Nate's step-by-step approach and live testing assurance make this tutorial a valuable resource for anyone looking to enhance their canvas app development skills.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Nate Halliwell is a Power Platform enthusiast, specializing in Power Apps and Power Automate. He began his journey into the Power Platform as a “Citizen Developer” while working as a recruiter in talent acquisition. He used Pragmatic Works to train himself on the technology and hopes to use this new role as a trainer to help others achieve similar career transitions! Nate is PL-900 and PL-100 Certified, and ready to help you take on any Power Apps or Power Automate challenges you or your organization are currently facing! Outside of work, Nate is a husband, a father to 2 boys, and a beer league hockey player.
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