This article reviews the how to use the "Properties" settings for table columns. You can read more about Table views here.
This will display the name of the field. When editing columns, field is not editable and can only be changed by changing the name of the field in the Data section of the Builder.
Connected fields will display with the connected objects name followed by an angle bracket and then the name of the field.
The name of the column header. This will default to the name of the field in the object but can be changed in the editor:
This name will display as the column header in the live app.
Allow Inline Editing
Inline editing allows the user to edit each field directly in the table, without using a form view. To enable inline editing, click on the Inline Editing checkbox under Options.
When enabled, the user simply has to click on a table cell, and a form pops over it to edit that cell:
Once inline editing has been enabled, it will affect all columns. You will need to manually disable it for each column. To disabling inline editing, you can edit each table column to disable it for that column. When editing a column, select "No" in the Allow Inline Editing drop-down to disable inline editing for that column:
Note: Once a field has one or more conditional rules, you will not be able to edit records inline. The conditional rules would just overwrite any manually-set values.
Value Link Separator
When adding fields from connected objects which have multiple connected records, you can choose how multiple values will display in your table. They can either be separated by commas or listed on a new line. This option is only available under connected field columns.
When adding fields from connected records, you can display these field values as a link. The value links allow you to link to another page in your app which can display these connected records. This option is only available under connected field columns.
You can group records by a common value in a specific Table column. You can indicate which column(s) to group with by checking the 'Grouping' option when editing your column:
Any columns that are grouping records (grouping is enabled) will be automatically moved to the front of the table. A small "group" icon will appear on that column to indicate it is grouping:
Here is an example of Contacts being grouped by Company:
Like the table above, if your table is displaying any summaries, like totals or averages, those will also be displayed for the first level of each group.