O365/Power Apps/Power Automate/SharePoint Display more than 20 items for Managed Metadata fields in Power Apps August 9, 2021August 9, 2021 by Ward Wilmsen 1 min read I wrote this blog article for Xylos. Don’t hesitate to ask any questions.You can always contact me via the contact form or contact Xylos directly. Share this Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Whatsapp Email Reddit Ward Wilmsen 4 Comments Hi Ward, Thank you for this blog post. I had been looking for a work around to the 20 item limit for metadata in PowerApps for quite a while! In my case I am wanting the Flow to output only items from a specific path within a term set, for example only terms from “Path”: “Subjects;Design;Document Categories” What would be the most efficient way to limit the output down to those terms? I keep trying to figure out within the Get All Terms with Path step… or Select… but I just don’t know what I am doing enough, sorry to say. Kind Regards, Neil Reply Hi Neil, You could use the filter action in Power Automate to filter out terms on the Path property after getting all the terms with GetAllTerms. Kind Regards, Ward Reply The numerous steps in your workflow are poorly explained. For instance, you’re setting the variable TermsetId to TermsetId_Value. What is TermsetId_Value, where is it defined, and how is its’ value set? Do I need to customize the Termset props JSON to match my term store somehow? Reply Hi Pete, Thanks for the feedback. The TermsetId_Value is the TermSetId from your termset where you are loading the terms from. In this sample the TermSetId_Value is passed from your Power App into the Power Automate as a parameter. Check the code snippet in step 3. You’ll see GetTerms.Run(“TermSetId”) there to call the specific flow we built from your PowerApp. The flow name might differ in your case of course. Kind Regards, Ward Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.