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ragavanrajan
Super User
Super User

PowerApps portal custom fields not appearing in forms

Hi Guys,

    

In the entity  I have added my custom fields( multi select option- Fuel Type) Please refer screen shot below. 

 

Steps I have followed to show the new field in form 

 

1. Click Forms inside the entity 

2. Have chosen> Information ( Type: Main Form) 

3. Have edited the form and added the newly created field (Fuel Type) 

4. Save and Publish

 

Still I couldnt see the newly added field. Please advise why the new field is not appearing. Thank you. 

 

ragavanrajan_0-1597877851155.png

 

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Chris-J
Microsoft
Microsoft

The mulit-select option set is not supported in portal yet.

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Portals/About-Multi-select-in-Portals/m-p/434463/high...

 

Please try to vote this idea to suggest the Microsoft PG implement it as soon as possible.

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Ideas/Multi-Select-option-set-field-to-be-rendered-di...

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ragavanrajan
Super User
Super User

Just in case if anyone is interested to achieve multiselect in a different way: 

 

Hi Guys,  If you dont like the  JavaScript and C# (plugin)  way to build a mutliselect option.  Then here is the bit of hacky way you can achieve multi select. ( Assuming you have less than 25 multiselect) 

 

Entity Steps: 

 

1. Choose your entity > Add fields > Add individual "Two-Option field sets". Leave the default value as it is ( Yes/ No) 

2. In the entity choose forms > Pick your form > Add a section ( preferably with column 3 or Column 4) 

3. Add all your "Two-option field sets" in to your section.  

 

Entity Form / Web Form Steps: 

 

1. Go to portal management > Entity Forms 

2. Click on the form you want to build multiselect ( For Ex: Contact) 

3. Related > Entity Form Meta data > New Entity Form meta data 

4. Under General > Type > Select "Attribute" 

5. Under the Attirbute logical name > Choose your "Two-option field set" you have added . Example in the screen shot below 

Attribute.png

 

6. Under Style control > Choose "Multiple choice" and under Group name " Type your Section name" . Example in the screen shot

 

StyleControl.png

 

Repeat it for all your "Two-options" set . And the output you will get it like below. 

 

 

Output.png

 

 

Hope it is useful. Cheers. 

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Chris-J
Microsoft
Microsoft

The mulit-select option set is not supported in portal yet.

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Portals/About-Multi-select-in-Portals/m-p/434463/high...

 

Please try to vote this idea to suggest the Microsoft PG implement it as soon as possible.

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Ideas/Multi-Select-option-set-field-to-be-rendered-di...

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ragavanrajan
Super User
Super User

Just in case if anyone is interested to achieve multiselect in a different way: 

 

Hi Guys,  If you dont like the  JavaScript and C# (plugin)  way to build a mutliselect option.  Then here is the bit of hacky way you can achieve multi select. ( Assuming you have less than 25 multiselect) 

 

Entity Steps: 

 

1. Choose your entity > Add fields > Add individual "Two-Option field sets". Leave the default value as it is ( Yes/ No) 

2. In the entity choose forms > Pick your form > Add a section ( preferably with column 3 or Column 4) 

3. Add all your "Two-option field sets" in to your section.  

 

Entity Form / Web Form Steps: 

 

1. Go to portal management > Entity Forms 

2. Click on the form you want to build multiselect ( For Ex: Contact) 

3. Related > Entity Form Meta data > New Entity Form meta data 

4. Under General > Type > Select "Attribute" 

5. Under the Attirbute logical name > Choose your "Two-option field set" you have added . Example in the screen shot below 

Attribute.png

 

6. Under Style control > Choose "Multiple choice" and under Group name " Type your Section name" . Example in the screen shot

 

StyleControl.png

 

Repeat it for all your "Two-options" set . And the output you will get it like below. 

 

 

Output.png

 

 

Hope it is useful. Cheers. 

------------

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