Working with a Multiple Value Person Column in Power Apps – Part 2

In this video, I update the information from Part 1 of this video and show how to limit the list of “people” to only those in the associated list with a “person” column. I also show a more reliable way to configure the ForAll() function when patching the SharePoint list.

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About Jeff Rhodes
Jeff Rhodes is a founder and Chief Technical Officer of Platte Canyon Multimedia Software Corporation, a leader in developing commercial e-Learning software. He graduated at the top of his class at the Air Force Academy, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Jeff received a Masters degree in Economics from the London School of Economics, which he attended under a British Marshall Scholarship. Jeff is the author of "Creating Business Applications with Microsoft 365: Techniques in Power Apps, Power BI, SharePoint, and Power Automate", "Creating Business Applications with Office 365: Techniques in SharePoint, PowerApps, Power BI, and More", “Programming for e-Learning Developers: ToolBook, Flash, JavaScript, & Silverlight”, and “VBTrain.Net: Creating Computer and Web Based Training with Visual Basic .NET.” He also co-wrote “The ToolBook Companion.” Jeff lives in Colorado Springs with his wife Sue.

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