Remove and RemoveIf functions in Power Apps
For collections, the entire record must match. You should use the All argument to eliminate all copies of the record; otherwise, just one copy of this record is eliminated.
Use the RemoveIf function to eliminate an archive or documents centered on a condition or a set of conditions. Each condition is any formula that results in a false or true and that can reference columns for the repository by name. Each condition is evaluated individually for each record, and the record is eliminated if all conditions assess to true.
Remove and RemoveIf return the modified data source being a dining table. You need to use both functions only in behavior formulas.
You can also utilize the function that is clear remove all of the records in an assortment.
When used in combination with a databases, these functions can't be delegated. Only the portion that is first of databases is going to be retrieved then the function used. The effect might not represent the story that is complete. a caution may appear at authoring time to remind you with this limitation also to recommend switching to alternatives that are delegable possible. To find out more, see the delegation overview.
Examples - solitary formulas
In these examples, you are going to remove accurate documentation or records in a data source that's known as IceCream and that begins aided by the data in this table
Develop a collection with sample records
To produce a collection with this information
Set button control's OnSelect home towards the under formula
Eliminate sample records from collection employing a formula
Examples - eliminate switch outside a gallery
In this instance, you will use a Gallery control to list the records in a table.