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Currently, when configuring a Business Rule, a multi-select option set field is not available within the list of fields for a Condition. A practical need is to Show/Hide the field on a form.

First Part:
The idea would be to allow a Condition using the "Contains" or "Equals" filter. As multiple values can be chosen in a multi-select field, the "Contains" or "Equals" would allow for choosing specific criteria.

If "Equals" is chosen, then a window would appear with the list of values in the option set. One or more values could be chosen.

Second Part:
The idea would be to allow a Condition using the "Contains Data" or "Does Not Contain Data". This would allow for checking if values exist.
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Comments

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please make this happen

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Unacceptable to not support this and other basic input fields as a default set of events.

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A much needed function, please implement

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had to write JS just for the sake of multiselect not being available, this is basics. If field type is introduced it should be available across for configuration.

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Please make this change it would be very helpful!

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Yep, greatly needed feature - and in workflows. Multi-select option sets have been around for long enough for this to have been implemented....

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This definitely needs improvement. There have been no improvement in the business rules for years, and yet they form fundamental grounds for any UI customization. Visibility settings for the newer fields, such as the multo-option set element, sub-grid element and tab are what I wait the most. Plus of course the ability to run Flows on a form subgrid which is another story.

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Also, just being able to set the visibility of a multi-select option field would be useful. Hard to believe you can't do this in a biz rule.

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Yes, I was pretty let down when I realized this. Honestly, it often feels like PowerApps isn't fully baked when you come across a deficiency like this. So now I'm going to have a mix of business rules and javascript to hide fields.

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We're reconsidering our use of multi-select optionsets because this is lacking. We may have to create some background calculated fields (although I haven't looked into whether we can use MSOS as input to a calculation).

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