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Im trying to rename "Extension attribute 1 and 2" to something legible for users. Is there a way to cahnge the dsiaply name myslef like how other attributes are done?

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Hello Raul,

Yes, you can change the display name of any attribute in Adaxes. For details, see https://www.adaxes.com/help/CustomizePropertyDisplayNames.

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Okay, I really didnt think this through and was exatcly what I was looking for .

thank you!

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