If you’re a Power Apps user, you probably already know the benefits of the Filter Gallery feature. With this tool, you can easily filter and display data based on specific criteria, making it an essential tool for organizing and presenting information. One common use case for the Filter Gallery is filtering data by date range. This can be especially useful when working with time-sensitive data, such as sales figures, project deadlines, or scheduled appointments.

Filtering data by date range in Power Apps can help you easily analyze and visualize your data, making it easier to identify trends and make informed decisions. In this article, we’ll take a look at how to use the Filter Gallery by date range in Power Apps.

To filter a gallery by a date range, you’ll first need to have a data source with dates that you want to filter. This could be a SharePoint list, Excel sheet, or any other data source that contains date values. Once you have your data source set up, you can start building your Power App.

To filter a gallery by date range, follow these steps:

1. First, insert a Gallery control into your app. This will be the container for your filtered data.

2. Next, connect the Gallery control to your data source. This can usually be done by selecting the Gallery control and setting the Item property to your data source.

3. Now, you’ll need to add date picker controls to your app. These controls will allow users to select a start date and end date for the date range filter. You can find date picker controls in the Insert tab under the Input section.

4. Once you have your date picker controls set up, you can add a button to your app that will trigger the filter action. This button will take the selected start and end dates from the date picker controls and use them to filter the data in the Gallery control.

5. Finally, you’ll need to add the filter formula to your Gallery control. This formula will use the selected start and end dates to filter the data based on the date range. The formula will look something like this:
Filter(DataSource, Date >= StartDatePicker.SelectedDate && Date <= EndDatePicker.SelectedDate) With these steps, you can now filter your Gallery control based on a date range. Users can select a start and end date using the date picker controls, and the Gallery will display only the data that falls within that range. Filtering data by date range in Power Apps can be a powerful tool for visualizing and analyzing time-sensitive data. Whether you're working with sales figures, project deadlines, or any other time-based data, the Filter Gallery feature can help you gain valuable insights and make informed decisions. With the steps outlined above, you can easily implement date range filtering in your Power Apps and take your data visualization to the next level.