My reading of https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/relate-records-in-many-to-many-relationships/ indicates that the First() function has to be used in displaying the data in a Many to Many relationship.
Hi @Drrickryp FIrst() is needed only if u need the first related record. I found that you have to refer to the relationship name and not the entity name. This seems to be a mistake in the documentation.
Good to know. It sounds like you found the solution to your question? If you did, could you post how you were able to do it in your app? I still feel more comfortable creating my own junction tables rather than using the built in relationships.
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