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MelodyShults
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Title Field

Hi,

I have a PowerApps form that is created off a SharePoint list. The title is prepopulated by a flow. When a users clicks on the title it opens the PowerApps.  I want to be able to display the Title data at the top of the PowerApps form, but not make it available for editing.

I have searched in here but didn't find a solution. Anyone have a solution that works?

 

Thank You,

Mel

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Re: Title Field

@MelodyShultsadd a label and set the Text property to the item.Title

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@MelodyShultsadd a label and set the Text property to the item.Title

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Community Support Team
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Re: Title Field

Hi @MelodyShults ,

Could you please share a bit more about your scenario?

Do you want the Title field not to be editable within your PowerApps form?

Based on the needs that you mentioned, I think the DisplayMode proeprty of the Title Data card within your Edit form could achieve your needs.

I have made a test on my side, please take a try with the following workaround:6.JPGSet the DisplayMode property of the Title Data card to following:

DisplayMode.Disabled

 

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Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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Re: Title Field

@MelodyShults 

I misunderstood your question.  I believe that the solution @v-xida-msft has is more appropriate for you.

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MelodyShults
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Re: Title Field

You had it right! 🙂

Thank you.

Mel


@RandyHayes wrote:

@MelodyShultsadd a label and set the Text property to the item.Title


 

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