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Helper III

Gallery times limit

Hi,

 

I can see only 100 items in my gallery at first, if I scroll down till the bottom then next 100 item loads in the gallery.

 

Can we increase this limit?

 

I am trying to implement a broadcast email, where I can select multiple people from the gallery by using a select all checkbox . But it gives me only 100 records.

 

Thanks,

Mohit

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Re: Gallery times limit

Hi @beniwal ,

Have you already tested it with @Jeff_Thorpe's idea?

On your gallery is it an O365 connector or just a list?

If yes, can you please try collecting first then add the collection on the gallery Items().

e.g on the Screen.OnVisible Property add this:


ClearCollect(Office365UsersList, Office365Users.SearchUser({searchTerm:"", top:999})) - This will filter the top 999 items on Office365

or if its a List"
FirstN(DateSourcs,500)

 

Best of luck.

 

Thanks,
K-A-R-L


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Re: Gallery times limit

I am not aware of a way to get around that limit but there might be another approach to solving your issue. Instead of having a "Select All" checkbox you could have a "Send to All" checkbox. Then if the "Send to All" is checked you could have your formula use the same data source as the the gallery instead of the gallery.AllItems which will only have the first 100 unless you have scrolled to the end.



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Solution Supplier

Re: Gallery times limit

Hi @beniwal ,

Have you already tested it with @Jeff_Thorpe's idea?

On your gallery is it an O365 connector or just a list?

If yes, can you please try collecting first then add the collection on the gallery Items().

e.g on the Screen.OnVisible Property add this:


ClearCollect(Office365UsersList, Office365Users.SearchUser({searchTerm:"", top:999})) - This will filter the top 999 items on Office365

or if its a List"
FirstN(DateSourcs,500)

 

Best of luck.

 

Thanks,
K-A-R-L


If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

 

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