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PowerApps didn't show one of the column of a Sharepoint list

I'm having a trouble showing one of the column of my sharepoint list.

 

Name of the column is LastName (with type Single line of text) and it has three dots ... after the data, when click "More Options" context menu shows.

 

This is the only column not showing in PowerApps.

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Re: PowerApps didn't show one of the column of a Sharepoint list

Hi Michael,

 

I was able to figured out what happened. The column name on my Sharepoint list was replaced by a new column name "Title" in PowerApps when I tried to import the data.

 

Thanks!

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Re: PowerApps didn't show one of the column of a Sharepoint list

Hi @Anonymous,

 

Would you please share some screenshots?

Single line of text is supported under PowerApps.

For the known issues when working with SharePoint list , please check:

Connect to SharePoint from PowerApps

In addition, if the column is added after App creation, then please take a try to remove the SharePoint Data source, then add it again, which would be able to have the column shown.

Further, take a check to see if the column is hidden by default, for more details, check:

Understand data forms in Microsoft PowerApps

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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Anonymous
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Re: PowerApps didn't show one of the column of a Sharepoint list

Hi Michael,

 

I was able to figured out what happened. The column name on my Sharepoint list was replaced by a new column name "Title" in PowerApps when I tried to import the data.

 

Thanks!

View solution in original post

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Helper I
Helper I

Re: PowerApps didn't show one of the column of a Sharepoint list

thanks for your solution! it never dawned on me that powerapps was changing names all willy-nilly!!  🙂

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