The Table view is a view with spreadsheet capabilities, typically used for planning and prioritization decisions. This view gives you all the information you need to see in one table, so you can be confident you're choosing the right Features to develop. 

You can access the Table view by navigating to Plan > Planning Views and then through the default view or any of the saved views, select 'View type: Table'.

Add/remove table columns

You can add or remove columns using the columns selector located in the top toolbar. Scroll down the list once you click the Columns filter or save time by searching for the column you want in the search box:

Reorder the Columns

You can change the order of the columns that appear in your table by moving them left or right, either by:

  • Clicking on the column header and selecting 'Move Column Right' or 'Move Column Left'; OR -

  • Clicking on the column header and dragging it to its new location.


Resize Column Widths

You can resize your column widths by hovering over the column header to the left of the column you want to resize; then once the blue vertical line appears, dragging and dropping the blue line right or left.

Sorting Columns

With Table view, you can sort any column in ascending or descending order by clicking on the column header and selecting a sorting option from the dropdown menu.


Adding Custom Fields

You can also add your own custom fields and select them as one of your view columns. Custom fields can be added from your Workspace Settings or directly from the Table view by clicking the '+' icon sign to the very left of your columns:

Tip: Learn more about creating and managing Custom Fields.

Inline Editing and Bulk Actions

The Table view allows you to set actions and edit values in two ways:

1. Inline per item - All values on each line are editable on click– this includes the item title, different properties, and assignments.E.g., updating the Importance value of individual items by clicking on each one:

2. Apply values to multiple items - When selecting multiple items, you’ll see Craft.io’s multi-action bar at the bottom of the page. This bar allows you to perform bulk actions such as: assigning a Release, updating Status, syncing with a Dev tool, duplicating items and deleting items.

You can also click on the three dots icon to open up the full menu of options available for selection when applying bulk actions.

 

Especially useful is the Statistics icon in the bottom multi-select toolbar, which allows you to view the statistics of selected features at a glance.

Next up: The Kanban view

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