This article will explain how to use the available features in the list view including the row counter and the List actions menu.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Count the number of Instances or Tasks in a List
- Copy text from lists
- List Actions
- Set as default
- Create new list
- Save as new list
- Edit list
- Delete a List
Count the number of Instances or Tasks in a List
To count the number of tasks you have in your list, click on Item count.
After clicking on Item count you will see the number of items in the list.
Copy text from lists
Information can easily be selected with your cursor and copied.
The list actions menu is available in the left-hand corner of every list.
Set as default
Setting a list as your default means it will be the first list displayed when you first the List view.
Create new list
See the article Create your first list to learn how to create a new list.
Save as new list
Selecting the option Save as new list will duplicate the current list. This feature saves time; instead of creating lists from scratch, you can quickly make a similar list without starting over. This will also allow you to use the same list for other applications or filters. To learn
You can edit a list if you have editing permission. Read the article, List permissions, to learn about List permissions settings. Selecting Edit list will open the list editor you see when you first create a list.
Here you can select and configure columns, add filters, choose which columns you will see in the list view, edit permissions to share the list, and configure Export settings. Read more about these settings in the article, Create your first list.
Simply click on the Export button to download the list as an Excel file.
Note: Lists are restricted to showing a maximum of 32 500 characters and 10 001 rows when exporting to Excel.
Delete a List
To delete a list select Edit list from the List actions menu.
Once you are in the editing view, you can select Delete list in the right-hand corner.
A pop-up will ask you if you want to delete the list, select Yes.