# Count

## Y ## Understanding the Power Fx Count Function

The Power Fx Count function is a built-in function in Power Apps that helps you count the number of items in a table. This function returns the number of items in a table that meets a specific condition. You can use this function to count the number of items in a table that satisfy a certain requirement or condition.

The syntax of the Power Fx Count function is as follows:

``` Count( Table, Formula ) ```

Here, `Table` is the table name, and `Formula` is the expression that specifies the condition to count the items. You can use various formulas to specify the condition, such as equal to, greater than, less than, between, and so on.

## Using the Power Fx Count Function in Power Apps

Now that you understand the basics of the Power Fx Count function, let’s take a look at how you can use it in Power Apps.

### Example 1: Counting the Total Number of Items in a Table

Suppose you have a table named `Customers` that contains a list of customers. You want to count the total number of customers in the table. Here’s how you can use the Power Fx Count function to achieve this:

1. Open the Power Apps Studio and create a new app or open an existing one.

2. Create a new screen and add a label to it.

3. Set the Text property of the label to the following formula:

``` "Total Customers: " & Count( Customers ) ```

4. Save the changes and run the app.

5. You will see the total number of customers in the label.

### Example 2: Counting the Number of Items that Satisfy a Specific Condition

Suppose you have a table named `Orders` that contains a list of orders. You want to count the number of orders that have a total amount greater than \$100. Here’s how you can use the Power Fx Count function to achieve this:

1. Open the Power Apps Studio and create a new app or open an existing one.

2. Create a new screen and add a label to it.

3. Set the Text property of the label to the following formula:

``` "Total Orders greater than \$100: " & Count( Orders, TotalAmount ❱ 100 ) ```

4. Save the changes and run the app.

5. You will see the total number of orders that have a total amount greater than \$100 in the label.

### Example 3: Counting the Number of Items with Multiple Conditions

Suppose you have a table named `Inventory` that contains a list of products. You want to count the number of products that have a quantity greater than 10 and a price less than \$50. Here’s how you can use the Power Fx Count function to achieve this:

1. Open the Power Apps Studio and create a new app or open an existing one.

2. Create a new screen and add a label to it.

3. Set the Text property of the label to the following formula:

``` "Total Products with Quantity ❱ 10 and Price ❰ \$50: " & Count( Inventory, Quantity ❱ 10 && Price ❰ 50 ) ```

4. Save the changes and run the app.

5. You will see the total number of products that have a quantity greater than 10 and a price less than \$50 in the label.

The Power Fx Count function is a powerful feature available in Power Apps that helps you count the number of items in a table that meets a specific condition. In this article, we discussed the basics of the Power Fx Count function and how you can use it to make your Power Apps more efficient. By using the examples provided, you can easily implement the Power Fx Count function in your own Power Apps.