According to the same reasoning underlying the posts queries, the terms queries allow to retrieve terms from the database, using different parameters, so that they can be displayed on the frontend, if you are using lists.
In WordPress, a term is a classification, group or subset of a Taxonomy, where the latter can be a Category, Tag or Custom Taxonomy. By default, terms have a title, a slug and a description.
Click on Add new terms query button, you'll find several fields helping you to define the term you want to display.
N.B. Remember to assign the same name as the one you have assigned in Webflow!
Here you can select the terms type you want to display (categories, tags etc.)
Based on the term type you selected in the previous section, here you can filter it based on the term name.
This section allows to order terms types based on different criteria: date, title, slug, ID and choose to show them in a descending or ascending order.
Here you can define the number of taxonomies to display. By default it is set on 3.
Furthermore, the Offset option allows to skip a given number of terms types, if you need.
Take in Mind
In the Udesly plugin you can visually control what you are doing by simply clicking on the preview button