Hi everyone! 🙂
We know that this has been a feature that many of you missed in the New Table View, and we’re happy to let you know that it’s now here!
You can now group your items by:
- System fields like status, due date, completed date, assignee, location, importance
- Any custom fields you’re using in this table
This feature allows you to organize and visualize your work data more easily and create less complicated work structures.
With grouping, you’ll be able to expand and collapse individual groups, drag and drop items to another group to change that field’s value, as well as filter and sort. Note that only the first level of items are grouped, so subitems remain ungrouped and live under parent items.
Grouping also comes with subtotals shown on groups for all numeric fields. It applies for the groups of items and doesn’t include subitems unless they are rolled up to the parent items.
Task Items in a Single List
With this addition, it’s now possible to collapse folders and projects and show task items in one list and retain the subitem (hierarchy) logic of the table when task items have subitems. It’s also possible to group items once they have been put into a single list.
You can activate this feature in the Subitems menu by choosing the Single list of tasks option. Select the Project and tasks structure to bring your projects and folders back.
It will be especially useful to those of you who’ve been missing the ability to display tasks in a single list that was previously only available in the List view.
Last but not least, we’ve added the files field to the New Table View as well as table widgets in New Dashboards. This new option will allow you to easily preview files and access proofing without opening an item, upload and download files quickly, and see the indication of unresolved comments at a glance!
We're excited for you to explore these new features in the New Table view, and we're eagerly awaiting your feedback. Let us know what you think below 👇
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