Hello everyone! In many cases, Most of the time we need Conditional Visibility in PowerApps. This is a very common scenario where we need to make the gallery appear based on drop-down selection. In this blog, we will create a simple employee form with a conditional appearance of the gallery. From the below GIF screenshot, you can see the appearance of the gallery based on drop-down selection. You can visit the link to see more articles on PowerApps.

Conditional Visibility in PowerApps

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Let’s start developing the form.

The conditional appearance of gallery

Conditional Visibility in PowerApps

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Calculation of Age based on DOB field

Conditional Visibility in PowerApps

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Making textbox Multi-line for Address field

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After doing the above steps we are ready to launch our Employee Form. To learn more PowerApps formulas you can visit the link.

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