Hoping for some help with a hide when formula below which sits behind a "Approve" button within a workflow document.
Current Hide when
Assign = ""| @LowerCase(Assign) !=@LowerCase((@Name([CN];@UserName))) |
This formula works OK for a single user in the "Assign" field which is on the form however when there are multiple entries seperated by a semi colon i.e one of five people can approve the button remains hidden.
Not quite sure on how to do this in a formula argument . In english it would be something like :
if a your name is one of many listed in the assign field seperated by a semi colon then unhide the button.
The answer can not be use a role as the assign field is dynamic i.e depending on who you are you will have different approvers.
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