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wen90
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Displaying data in gallery

Hi, 

 

I have a SharePoint List with a bunch of choice and single text options. 

 

I want to display them in a gallery, not a form as I have a lot of questions. But the text doesn't appear in the gallery when I chose the SharePoint list. Only the Title will display, 

 

How do I get the columns to appear? 

 

Cheers 

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QJappie22
Level 8

Re: Displaying data in gallery

Hi @wen90,

 

Just use the OnStart to make the collection using:
Collect(collectionSP, SPlist)

Then set the Item of the Gallery to:
collectionSP

 

Now it shows the collection U filled with the SharePoint list at OnStart in the Gallery

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RakeshPandey
Level: Powered On

Re: Displaying data in gallery

@wen90 you can add blank vertical agllery and inside gallery add controls like label or textboxes. Make the sharepoint list as the datas ource of the gallery. Now you can edit fields of the gallery and mapp the SP list fields with label or textboxes which you had created inside the gallery.

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Displaying data in gallery

Hi @wen90 ,

Do you want to display a text type field in gallery?

You could choose field here:962.PNG

You could choose the fields that you want to display in the selection.

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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wen90
Level: Powered On

Re: Displaying data in gallery

Hey, 

 

Thanks for the help! I figured out, I am wanting to create a collection with the SP list and than call that collection into the gallery, 

 

How do I do this?

 

Do I need to have a button that is invisible and onstart have it collect the SP list?

 

Cheers

QJappie22
Level 8

Re: Displaying data in gallery

Hi @wen90,

 

Just use the OnStart to make the collection using:
Collect(collectionSP, SPlist)

Then set the Item of the Gallery to:
collectionSP

 

Now it shows the collection U filled with the SharePoint list at OnStart in the Gallery

View solution in original post

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