Change model-driven app custom table icons
When you create a custom table, it is automatically assigned a default icon. All custom tables use the same icon by default. Use custom icons to differentiate how your custom tables look. You can’t modify the icons assigned to system tables.
You can upload three types of table icons for each custom table.
|Unified Interface Icon||Must be a scalable vector graphic (.svg) icon|
|Icon in Web application||An .svg, .gif, .png, or .jpg format image, 16x16 pixels in size.|
|Icon for table forms||An .svg, .gif, .png, or .jpg format image, 32x32 pixels in size.|
All image files must be no more than 10 kilobytes in size.
When you use a scalable vector graphic (.svg) image as the Icon in Web application or Icon for table forms, it must have the default size set. Since SVG is an XML document, you can edit the svg element width and height values with a text editor to define the default size for the image.
Each type of icon is stored as a Web Resource. You can create the web resources first and then set the icons to use them, or you can create the new web resource within the Lookup Row dialog by selecting New while setting the value. More information: Create or edit web resources to extend an app
Set the icons for a custom table.
You must use solution explorer to set table icons.
From the Power Apps portal select Solutions, and then on the toolbar, select Switch to classic.
In the All Solutions list select the unmanaged solution you want.
Open the custom table where you want to update the icon.
Set table icons
On the command bar, select Update Icons.
In the Select New Icons dialog box, in the Web Client tab, under Icon in Web application or Icon for Entity Forms, to the right of New Icon, select the Browse button .
Select or create the appropriate web resource, and then select OK.
In the Unified Interface tab, do the same for the New Icon column.
Select OK to close the Select New Icons dialog
On the command bar, on the File menu, select Save.
When your changes are complete, publish them. Select Publish in the command bar while the table is selected in solution explorer.
The community tools are not a product of Microsoft and does not extend support to the community tools. If you have questions pertaining to the tool, please contact the publisher. More Information: XrmToolBox.