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EMohaisen
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Changing Field Display Name in PowerApps Forms

Hi @RandyHayes , All

 

Is there a way to change the field display name in PowerApps forms?

 

it would be great if we have this option! please find attached screenshot, i.e. i want to change the filed name from "Emp Frist Name" to "Employee Full Name"

 

Thanks alot!

 

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Re: Changing Field Display Name in PowerApps Forms

If you go to the advanced tab for the form and unlock the form you can click on the individual title for each card and change the Text value to change the display name.



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Re: Changing Field Display Name in PowerApps Forms

If you go to the advanced tab for the form and unlock the form you can click on the individual title for each card and change the Text value to change the display name.



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EMohaisen
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Re: Changing Field Display Name in PowerApps Forms

Hi @Pstork1 

 

Thank you for the quick reply, I followed your steps, but when I click on the form and then advance (please find attached screenshot), I didn't find an option to unlock.

 

so what I did is that I went directly to the Datacard field display name and unlock it, which is working!

 

my question is: did I miss an important step here? since I couldn't unlock the form as you mentioned? or things should be fine?

 

again thanks a lot for your help!!

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Re: Changing Field Display Name in PowerApps Forms

Sorry, I mistyped.  You click on the datacard in the form that you want to edit and unlock it.  Then you can make changes to the specific properties of those components that make up the datacard.  You did it correctly.



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