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Display Sharepoint List multiple people field in a Gallery

Hello all,

 

I am building my first app with power apps.

 

I got a list of project in a Sharepoint List and I have a person field to store the project members allowing to add more that one member -> fieldName : coreteam

I create a first view to list the projects in power apps. Projects are listed in a gallery -> projectListGallery

In a detailed view of a project, I want to display the coreteam in a gallery -> coreteamGallery

I put this in coreteamGallery->items = projectListGallery.selected.'coreteam'

And then to display the team members:

coreteamGallery.title->text = thisItem.DisplayName

coreteamGallery.Subtitle->text = thisItem.Email

coreteamGallery.Image->image = Office365Users.UserPhotoV2(ThisItem.Email)

 

I have 10 persons in the fields and I was expecting to see 10 persons in the gallery but only the first member is coming.

 

Could you please help me?

 

Thanks

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@roGGery 

 

Can you please check the data from your end

 

I tried replicating the same scenario on my end with the formulas that you have shared and it is working as expected for me.

I am able to see all the persons related to that item.

 

Please share more information related to share point column design so that we can share more insights on this.

 

If this information helps you, please hit the like button and mark the solution as resolved, so that it will help other users in future.

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@roGGery 

 

Can you please check the data from your end

 

I tried replicating the same scenario on my end with the formulas that you have shared and it is working as expected for me.

I am able to see all the persons related to that item.

 

Please share more information related to share point column design so that we can share more insights on this.

 

If this information helps you, please hit the like button and mark the solution as resolved, so that it will help other users in future.

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Guess what ... it works now.

There was only one element in my testing list 🙂

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