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How to get all look up information from another list for a item

I have two list - one list called "Master" with column Title, ThirdParty with look up and having

another list called "Third Party" with column name Name, Phone, address


How can i achieve getting this look up information from column Name, Phone, address using power apps. I am an newbie in Power app.


Could some one help with steps or point some blogs.

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Re: How to get all look up information from another list for a item

Hi @appuser5 ,

Do you want to filter lookup field based on related list?

Could you tell me here does the lookup field value comes from? I need to know the fieldname.

I assume that the lookup field is related to Name field of Third Party list.

I've made a similar test for your reference:

insert a drop down

set the drop down's Items: Third Party

set the drop down's Value to the field that you want to filter based on: Name/Phone/address

insert a gellery, set the gallery's Items: 


Then the gallery will display the lookup fields' value based on the selection of  Name/Phone/address.






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Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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Re: How to get all look up information from another list for a item

Let me share my requirement

1. Parent list called "Products", which will get lookup details from related list- image attached 1.png

2.Related list called "Thirdparty", which has the look up columns, ContractTitle, Phone no etc- img2.png

3.  I have the canvas power apps, where the lookup needs to be displayed from related list - canvas.png


I tried this formula, it showing error, Filter(Thirdparty,Thirdparty.'ContractTitle'.Value=third.Selected.'ContractTitle').ContractTitle'

Could you please help us to do this.  

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