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Can i use gallery items as input for another gallery

I am getting a users login ID from SharePoint list data source into gallery1. I have another gallery (gallery2) which I am trying to bind with Office365SearchUsers for all items in gallery1. I can get it to work with .Selecteditem from gallery1 but i want to display users details for all users in gallery 1. Is it possible




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Re: Can i use gallery items as input for another gallery

Hi @shiva2golu,


Where do you plan to put Gallery 2 control?

Within the same screen of Gallery 1 (should be the browsing screen of the SharePoint list), or under a new screen?

We could add Gallery as an item under Gallery 1 data card:

Generate the app from the SharePoint list automatically, select the DataCard in Browsegallery, then insert a vertical Gallery, set its items property with the formula below:


Screenshots for example:


This would add a gallery with each item of the Browsegallery (should be gallery 1 in your scenario), with the corresponding user associated.

If you would like to display the details in a new screen, then just use the Gallery.selected.test.

Please post back if you have any further questions.



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