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You can customize set of columns displayed in list views and assign customized lists to specific user or user groups, as well as use different lists in dashboards and full views. Such customization may serve as additional data protection level, as you may create lists views containing limited sets of columns and assign them to selected users, so they won't be able to view information from other columns, even if they have access to it according to security system configuration. However, it is not recommended to overuse such approach and instead configure security system correctly.
To access list views customization form, you must have administrative rights in the system.
To open, configuration screen, select List views in the Settings group of the navigation tree:
You will get to the following page:
Here, you can find all list views existing in the system and control them from a single place. Here is a description of columns in this table:
You can create a new view by cloning any existing (including predefined) view, or from scratch. It's always more convenient to clone existing view. To do this, just find an view for a desired entity type, select it and click clone:
In the result, view editing form will be displayed:
It contains a set of fields described above. Please provide some unique name and select Target users and Target roles. These fields allow to select multiple values (like tags), so you are able to select all necessary users or roles, or just select All value to make a view a default one for all users or roles. When user opens list of jobs, the application follows the following sequence:
So, the most preferable view is custom view with a specified target user name, while the last view is a built-in view intended for all users and all roles.
Following this scheme you can create any number of views and distribute them across all users and roles existing in your system, so target users will get a view tuned for them.
To specify criteria, you can use filter builder described in the Filtering article.
After default views, you will see a tree with list of fields. You can easily drag and drop fields here, as well as remove them and add new fields. To remove unwanted fields, select them and click Delete button.
To add a new field, click Add button and fill details in the popup dialog:
Here you can select a field. If field is of reference type, then you will see Nested field box to select which exact property of a selected field you would like to include in a column. If you wish to sort by this field by default, check Sorting box and provide sorting parameters (priority and order). Click OK to finish adding a filed and then drag it into desired place in the list.
When you are done with changes, click Save or Save and close to apply changes. If you get any error message, please fix issues and try to save again. After saving changes, you can try to open corresponding view in another tab of your browser to see how your changes where reflected in the application UI. If you're configuring a view for other users, you always can launch another browser, login there as another user and check how this user will see a view which you're configuring.