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VinnyClegg
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Naming Data Connections

Hi,

 

Im not sure if anyone else if having this issue. I currently have 3 different azure connections, but unless I go into the tables there is no way of identifying which connection is which.

 

Am I missing something here? Is there a way to give each connection a name so we can easily identify each one?

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Steelman70
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Re: Naming Data Connections

VinnyClegg
Level: Powered On

Re: Naming Data Connections

Have done - Kind of seems silly its not a standard feature for anything you add data connections with?

PowerApps Staff archanan
PowerApps Staff

Re: Naming Data Connections

Thanks for your feedback. While we can't comment on specific timelines, this is on our backlog and we will provide functinality to name your connections in the future.

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