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map fans welcome back today were looking at how we can change the primary key for moved labels in qgis 3. a cumbersome title but a very short video lets go following on from the previous video manually move labels in qgis three ive had a couple of questions most recently from denzel thanks a lot for the question denzel on how to change the primary key selection so first up lets have a look what denzels talking about and then i will show you how to do it so here i am in qgis and im in version 3.10 which is a little bit behind the times but in the newer versions of qgis i believe the labeling is pretty similar now ive got a few layers over here these are just mocked up demo data and ive got joined layer here i would like to label this so im going to go up to my layer labeling options turn that on and i can see all my layer styling and labeling available here and ill go for single labels its operating on the joined layer and im going to use the status and you can see type a t