Recently I created a Refiner Display Template to filter a Managed Metadata Term Set. I was wondering that not all refiner values were displayed. The solution was simple: I had to update the maximum number of refiner values in the Refinement WebPart. This article gives some information about the number of refiner values passed to the Refinement WebPart.
The SharePoint search engine is powerful, high-performance and can aggregate data across site collections. The search results can be flexibly adjusted. Search-based applications in SharePoint provide many advantages.
Part 2 of the blog series describes the use case for the application.
Part 3 of the blog series explains the code. My explanations are limited to the major changes compared to Elio Struyf's blog article (see URL's in Part 1).
Although this is a standard procedure, I would like to briefly describe the steps in SharePoint Online to create the search page. As an example I use tagged documents. Please see Elio Struyff's blog posts for more in-depth information (see URL's in Part 1).