Another way would be to add a Ui-Only field, "type = formula" and "return type = text" containing the following formula:

MONTH_NAME(TODAY())

This produces the following output:

I'm not sure how to get the month name of the previous month using a formula function. One way would be using a field of which you know that it has a date of the last month. You can add the field to the formula using the {{$Model.ModelName.data.0.date}} syntax instead of TODAY(). In the model you would load exactly one record which has a date from last month and you know that there will always be data in it.

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Another way would be to add a Ui-Only field, "type = formula" and "return type = text" containing the following formula:

This produces the following output:

I'm not sure how to get the month name of the previous month using a formula function.

One way would be using a field of which you know that it has a date of the last month. You can add the field to the formula using the {{$Model.ModelName.data.0.date}} syntax instead of TODAY().

In the model you would load exactly one record which has a date from last month and you know that there will always be data in it.

Cheers