Setting default column order in table view

Fingers crossed that someone has figured this out...

After just over a year in Wrike, I want to standardize the visible columns (including custom) and the order of columns in the table view of Projects.

As the account owner and admin, is it possible to set this up or make a batch edit? Or am I stuck going through 100+ active projects to update each manually?

Thank you!

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Hugh

Hey Susan Richardson!

At the moment, there is no way to mass-edit column orders in Table View across different projects. If you'd like, I can move this suggestion to the Product Feedback section? This way, other users can show their support and pass their feedback on to the Product team.

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Agree totally with being able to batch update columns and they stay where they are meant to be - a real pain that every project you look at has table columns all over the place!!!!!!!!!!

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As another Community member has provided their feedback for this suggestion, I've moved this post into the Product Feedback section of the Community. Here, feedback will be collected and passed on to the Product team. Once this reaches 60 upvotes, the team will be able to provide you with a status update about your suggestion. You can read more about our process in this Community post. If you have any questions about this process, feel free to reach out.
 
Hey Sarah C,
 
Thank you for sharing your feedback here. If there is anything else that we can help with, be sure to let me know.
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I tried to find this in the Product feedback section but I can't find it. My company would REALLY benefit from this update.

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Hi Alyssa Sinko, welcome to the Community! 🙂

This thread is now in the Product Feedback forum, so please make sure to upvote the suggestion above if you haven't already 👍 The number of votes helps our Product team assess the popularity of suggestions on this forum. 

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This would save huge amounts of time for my team.

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Hi Nick Bideshi, welcome to the Community 🙂

Thanks for adding your feedback here, I've passed this on to the Product team. If you need help with anything else let me know 👍

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How do you set the columns in table view as your default when you go to the page. I'm constantly having to update them. If I create a blue print with a set of columns when I use the blue print will they appear as I have set them in the blue print.

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Hello John Brewer, the order of columns you arrange stays as your default for the next time on a project level. If you're looking to have the same order in other projects that's not a subproject of the rearranged one, you'd have to repeat the ordering manually each time.
 
Please let me know if you have any other questions 🙋🏻‍♀️

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My working experience with table view is that the column order is undistinguishable from random. There should be a way of setting the column order based on a preset subviews of the table view. As well, there should be a way to mass edit the default column order on a folder, project and space level.

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Am i reading correctly, that there is no way to lock what columns are shown on a table? ie: A budget tracking table? I would like to use this table to create a blueprint, so that we automate opening the budget tracker when the project is opened. It is a huge time suck to have to go in and add each of the custom fields and then arrange them in the order that I need them for the doc to be read correctly. This seems like it should be a standard practice, once the table is created?! AND when I added the table as a blueprint, all of my custom fields, as well as my formula fields, are no longer there. Thanks for any help in this matter. 

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Hi Erin Villareal, welcome to the Community, and thank you for posting. The order you set for the columns is sticky but you cannot lock the columns. Could you please check if you cannot see any of your custom fields under the gear icon? 

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