Adding Image field on the form in Dynamics 365 CRM | Power Platform Modern Form Designer [Quick Tip]

If you are predominantly working in Dynamics 365 CRM i.e. the classic Form Designer and have one of the below fields –

You won’t be able to find it to add it on the Form in the Classic Editor.

And you are wondering how you can get this field on the form, then this quick tip is for you!

Modern Form Designer

Given that you are aware of how to get to the modern form designer –

  1. Once you open the Form from Power Apps (https://make.powerapps.com/), you can go to the Solution your Form/Fields are put in.


  2. Then, open your Form from the Solution

  3. And in your Form, if you look for the fields / Columns section to put on the form, you can see the Thumbnail field we created is present.

  4. You can then double click it and add on the Form. And then, this field will also work when using Dynamics 365 CRM Apps like Field Service, Sales etc.

Hope this was useful!

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