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Hi @rjvelarde,

I think the easiest way to achieve is by using Formula field in the table with CASE expression.



WHEN [@YOUR_FIELD] = 'Follow up' THEN '<span style="color:#ffff00;">'+[@YOUR_FIELD]+'</span>'

WHEN [@YOUR_FIELD] = 'Irrigation System' THEN '<span style="color:#0066ff;">'+[@YOUR_FIELD]+'</span>'

WHEN [@YOUR_FIELD] = 'New Well' THEN '<span style="color:#009933;">'+[@YOUR_FIELD]+'</span>'

ELSE 'Not defined'


Finally, you can render the content of the formula output as HTML if you enable the HTML option in Formatting field settings:


Hope this helps.





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