Taxonomy According to Microsoft Technet, A taxonomy is a formal classification system. A taxonomy groups the words, labels, and terms that describe something, and then arranges the groups into a hierarchy. In layman terms, taxonomy is how to categorize the data in a structured way so that its easy to find the required […]
You can see the label that was used for the term, but you can also get the GUID as well as the WssId. Managed metadata columns are really lookup fields too! They point back to a special hidden list called the TaxonomyHiddenList (I explained how it works in part 6 of my Managed Metadata Series).
Acf get field term meta
Managed metadata navigation and friendly URLs is one of my favorite features in Sharepoint 2013. Finally we may get rid of /pages/default.aspx and live with SEO (remember that Google uses URLs in the ranking) and user-friendly URLs for pages and sub sites.
To update managed metadata column, you need to get the associate termSet for the column and also get the term Id from that termset. Below is the code to add the item with managed metadata column. Read Comments in code for more description.
To deal with these headaches, I'm going to cover a few of the charming peccadilloes you might encounter when using CSOM to programmatically get and set managed metadata field values. In my opinion, the biggest hack of taxonomy in SharePoint is its dependency on hidden lists and fields and event receivers to wire everything together.