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Add Two-level up Related Column to a View in Model-driven Apps

In this post, I will explain how you can add a column from the related table (up to two-level up) to the views in model-driven apps. In Dynamics 365 projects or Power Apps (model-driven apps) projects, it is a common requirement to edit the system view to show the columns from the related table. With the out-of-the-box view designer, you can easily add the column from the directly related table by  Example Scenario For the example below, the Invitation table has a lookup to the Account table and the Account table has the Primary Contact lookup which is linked to the Contact table. If the requirement is to show the Account Number from the Account table in the view of the Invitation , you can simply add the related column as in the screenshot above. But what if the requirement is to show the Email column of the Primary Contact of the Assign to Account in the view of the  Invitation ? The Contact table is not directly related to the Inv

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