Thanks for digging into this Robert and reaching out to support.
My curiosity got the best of me and I wanted to run through this bug myself.
I ended up testing @Robbe_Geukens creative approach as well as Webflow supports approach.
Turns out I could only get the Webflow support approach to work for me.
Here’s what that looks like…
Just as you did Robert, I gave that new form field that same
Name of “Message”.
Published and then submitted the form, went back to my Webflow project settings and indeed found exactly the behavior you found as well.
Instead of “Message” for the column title I got “field” just as you did.
I then tried Robbe’s creative approach by renaming the
ID field only.
Published, submitted the form, returned to project settings with the same incorrect result:
What a pain!
So now I took the Webflow support approach and added that data attribute:
Published, submitted the form, returned to project settings and look what it did!
I’d venture to guess that if we created a new form with zero submissions (or possibly renamed the entire form so it shows up under a new table in project settings?) it wouldn’t do this.
Looks like my guess was correct, renaming the form creates a new table of data in the project settings with the correct names. May not help if you already have a lot of data, but this is the behvior:
Webflow share link if anyone wants to check it out.