Use List view

A list view displays data in rows and columns, much like a spreadsheet. Each row shows a record and each column shows a field. Creation is done from the "views" tab on the app settings screen.

Configuring a View

  1. Check "List view" from the view type and click the "Add new view" button.

  2. Enter the name of the view, select the fields you want to display from the field list on the left side of the screen, and drag and drop them into the area on the right side.

    You can change the order of the already placed fields by dragging and dropping.

  3. Fields can be deleted from the trash button that appears when you hover over them.

  4. If you want to make the records displayed on the view editable, uncheck "Read-only".

  5. After completing the settings, click the "OK" button at the bottom of the screen, and then click the "Update App" button on the app settings screen.


    Creating Views

Configure Conditions for Records to Be Displayed in a View

Click the filter button at the bottom left of the screen to set the conditions for the records to display.

The following fields cannot be specified in sort order.

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You can also change the conditions and order of the records to be displayed from the view screen.

On the view screen, you can use the search box to further refine your search.


Using the search box for additional filtering of records

To the right of the filter button is a label that shows the number of records currently displayed, and to the right of that label is a dropdown that changes the maximum number of records that can be displayed.

Use a View

Select "App Name"> "View Name" from the list of apps on the left side of the screen to display the created view in the work area.

The read-only list view has edit and delete buttons at the front and back.

In addition, the editable list view has duplicate and add buttons at the front and back.

The width of the field can be changed by dragging the border on the right side of the column header of each field column.