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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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Why, oh why, hasn't this been resolved yet! What's the point with multi-select fields if you cannot do anything with them?

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One alternative that you can do for this is by using a multi-select lookup field if it's not an issue for you to create another table as container of your values. I tried this and this worked with business rules.

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I was really surprised not to find the multi-choice column in the field list of my new business rule. Shocked to see no feedback from Microsoft for 5 years now!

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Hello Redmond? Anybody there?

Please add this functionality :)


xoxo

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How many more votes are needed? How many years do we need to wait?


There are an additional 115 votes in Power Apps Ideas (probably more across a number of ideas): https://ideas.powerapps.com/d365community/idea/d2582a12-7df7-4672-bd57-6944b44f5663

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Please make it available soon.

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Come on get this sorted - with agile development and move to low code this and similar issues should be resolved. I should not have to write code to do something so basic as hide a form field/column of any type anymore.

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This is clearly needed. So dissapointed this hasn't been addressed yet.

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Urgently needed!


How is the current low-code and no-code initiative supposed to work out if this is not addressed?!


Please add:

  • Business rule support
  • Chart support
  • Calculated field support (at least allow to retrieve the content as string, setting a text-field)


Thank you!


PS: This topic is especially frustrating because all these missing features have been promised since the introduction of multi-option set fields at least five years ago. Unfortunately, still no update - and worse - not even a response or any kind of roadmap.


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Can someone from MS please provide an update on this? Thanks

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