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Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Sharepoint list missing columns in Gallery

I have a Sharepoint list with lets say 20 columns.

When connecting this list in my PowerApp, I add this source to the Gallery control (Items) but I can't seem to have access to all columns to set their value into a label for example.


I have only 10 columns available ... None of the NOT available columns are lookups or anything "stranger" than normal, they are just  "single line text" columns ...


I looked into this:

But I don't us Forms so this does not apply.


Anyone has any idea?

Kind regards.



I am having this issues as well, driving me crazy😂

same issue. 😞
Helper II
Helper II

YUP still same issue with me too... how has this not been addressed to this day?

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Hi @v-monli-msft ,

I am having a similar problem but the issue here is slightly different. The missing column does appear in the dropdown list under Edit fields but it throws a "Name isn't valid. This identifier isn't recognized' error when selected. I have also tried manually changing the text property to ThisItem.'Closure Request' and "ThisItem.'ClosureRequest' but to no avail. 


Is there a fix for this?

New Member

November 2021 - same problem.

Some columns from the SharePoint list are missing without any clue why.

Did anyone find a solution or workaround for this?

Regular Visitor

Same issue here. Simple drop down. Some of the SharePoint list columns are available as 'values', others are not.

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