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Now, you may have a requirement where you’d want users to input data in a correct format for better readability and validity.
There is a feature for a control where you can achieve this in tablet/mobile app of D365 and on the new v9 version of D365. It is called Input Mask
For this example, I’ll demonstrate the feature on the new D365 v9’s Unified Interface.
Here’s how you can define an Input Mask for a control. Take an example of a Lead where I want business users to enter Business Phone field in a specified format only:
Since you’ve published the changes, let’s take a look at the Lead form and check the validation message if incorrect format is entered.
You’ll see the validation error.
Hope this quick tip was helpful!
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