The List View widget helps you visualize data in tabular or badge format.
Apart from viewing your data, the List View can help you:
Select Multiple Records
Record options like - record access (sharing with Lite Users), view, edit, delete.
Search your records
Show / Hide Fields
Set the number of records displayed per page
|Move right||Tab or|
|Move left||Shift + Tab or|
|Edit / Save a record||Enter|
Apart from viewing data in tabular format, you can switch the view mode on List Views and visualize data in Badge format.
Note: Switching between Tabular and Badge views will only be applied to the user in context.
If you have Admin access you can change the Fields displayed in the App’s Badge.
To do this, just click on the icon which is available in every badge.
By default only two slots are used in the Badge - Heading and Main Content. If you wish to show more data in the badge, just click on Add more content. You can add up to three more slots.
Badges are also used to visualize App relationships. Since the space is more limited here, only the first three content slots are shown:
Note: Badges adhere to Field permission settings. If a user doesn't have access to a particular Field, it won’t be shown in the Badge, even if the Badge is configured to display that Field.
When you're using the Badge View, you can switch between different badge types to display more badges in your working area.
There are three different Badge types:
When you’re using the Badge View, you can group the records and visualize them in a Kanban Board.
You can make use of the Kanban Board to improve organization and efficiency.
Configuring your Kanban Board. Just select the Field to group by
Using your Kanban Board
Want to change your project status from "In Progress" to "Completed"?
Just drag and drop your project in the "Completed" group and you’re good to go.
Records can be grouped by the following Field Types:
Custom groups let you group your records using multiple conditions.
When you drag & drop a record onto a group, it will be updated based on the conditions of that group.
For example if a group is showing records with the following conditions:
The record will have the Status, Responsible and Is Approved? Fields updated to those values.
With custom groups, it's also possible to group records using the App Relationship Field.
These Fields can be used in conditions for custom groups:
For certain Field Types, you can limit the groups that are displayed in the Kanban Board.
This is useful when you have a lot of Users or list items in a Select Field.
You can show/hide groups for the following Field Types:
Note: If you are an admin, you can lock this layout.
There are multiple ways you can find your information in Fusioo. If you know what you’re looking for or you need to do more complex searches, you can use the real time filtering feature.
If you need a quick way to find your data, you can use the search box (1) that is available in every List View widget. The search will be performed on all the Fields you have access to, even the ones you choose to hide (2) in the List View.
Note: Fusioo only searches in Fields you have access too. If you do not have view access for a Field, searching in that Field will be skipped.
Search works on the following Fields:
Note: When searching in an App Relationship Field, you can search in the Badge Heading of the related App.
If you're a Fusioo Admin, you can click on Lock Layout to lock the current widget layout and prevent team members from customizing it.
Any changes performed by Fusioo Admins while the layout is locked will be automatically applied to everyone (all Users).
The following settings will be locked:
You can apply two types of data filtering: widget filtering and saved views.
Widget filtering should be applied as a base filter.
For example, you might want a List View widget to always display the Projects assigned to the logged in user. In this case, you will need to apply the following widget filter:
Note: Widget filtering will be applied to all users.
Saved views can then be applied on the whole dashboard (unlike widget filters, that are applied per widget) and you can, for example, show only ongoing Projects, as shown below:
Note: Saved views are applied on top of widget filters. Unlike widget filtering, saved views are only applied to the user in context. You can share them with other team members.
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