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I have a managed metadata field as a column in a document library. Users have added multiple keywords through this in some cases. What I'd like to do be able to provide a page for browsing the keywords with links to pages showing all items with those keywords added. Is there a way to do this without SharePoint Designer? Do I need to enable search features?

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There is no easy way to do exactly as you describe.

BUT why not use metadata navigation in the views of the library?

  • Go to the library
  • In the library tab select "Library settings"
  • Select "Metadata navigation settings"
  • In the "Configure Navigation Hierarchies" move your managed metadata field to the right
  • Click OK

Now in every view of the library you get a picker below the quick launch where you can select keywords to filter the documents by

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