Enable Power Fx formula columns inside Dataverse tables
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|Enabled for||Public preview||General availability|
|Admins, makers, marketers, or analysts, automatically||Jul 15, 2022||To be announced|
As part of the low code initiative, we'll now enable formula columns inside Microsoft Dataverse to improve maker adoption. Formula columns are a data type in Dataverse that are built on Power Fx.
You can add a formula column to a table in real time. The Dataverse table stores the logic and gives you the values during fetch operations. Formula columns use the Power Fx syntax that's similar to Excel. As you enter the formula, Intellisense helps you with recommendations for formula, syntax, and errors.
For more information, go to the Data types and function types that are supported.
Work with formula columns (docs)