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rubensmoc
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How to add a calculated column in a quick view form

Hello!

I have a calculated column in a table, and it is not possible to add it in a quick view form – the calculated column is not displayed in the Table Columns of the quick view form as show in the attached screen shots.

Does anyone faced a similar problem and could provide me hint?

Thanks,

Rubens Pereira

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rohentz
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @rubensmoc how are you?

@rubensmoc I did a small test creating a calculated columns and adding it on a quick view form for the Account table. After that, at the contact main form I added this quick view and the attribute was showed.

 

Could you please try to add the field again using the https://make.powerapps.com portal?

 

Just a tip, publish all customizations first.

 

My test below:

 

2021-02-09-001.jpg

Please let me know if this information helped on your question.

 

Regards.

Rodrigo Hentz

Microsoft Support Engineer

 

Thank you, Rodrigo. I'll try your recommendations.

BR,

Rubens Pereira

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