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msmith
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Missing Columns

I am creating a PowerApp from a custom list that has 22 columns, but when I am working within the PowerApp web version I am going getting about 5 of the 22 columns to work with. Is there a setting that limits what is returned from a SharePoint list?

 

Thanks

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msmith
Level 8

Re: Missing Columns

Just figured it out. I had to select all the current data fields within the view and select properties. Then click on data and select all the missing fields.

 

 

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msmith
Level 8

Re: Missing Columns

Just figured it out. I had to select all the current data fields within the view and select properties. Then click on data and select all the missing fields.

 

 

lmurray
Level: Powered On

Re: Missing Columns

Hi msmith,

 

Could you provide some details for your solution, like screenshots? I'm trying this solution but cannot clearly understand what you did.

 

Thank you!

msmith
Level 8

Re: Missing Columns

Hope this helps

Fields-Within-PowerApps.jpg

 

 

 

oscars
Level: Powered On

Re: Missing Columns

If you want to get the data in a label, you have to use:

 

Author.DisplayName

Editor.DisplayName

HelloWorld1
Level: Powered On

Re: Missing Columns

Hi MsSmith,

 

Thank you for the screen shot but I must be using a different version of Powerapps? I don't have the same looking screen you do when trying to follow the steps but I am having the same issue. I have a list with about 20+ columns but only about 6 are showing up from the data source.

HelloWorld1
Level: Powered On

Re: Missing Columns

Wow so odd moment....it is a different version but in case people are having same problem the functionality is the same as explained by mssmith except in a newer version of powerapps you have to click where it says "Fields" and then a discoverable list appears where you can add the additional columns.

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