This official RList guide shows you how to switch between table and card views at the dashboard. But before we go into the steps, more importantly, let us understand what table and card views are.
Assumptions. This guide assumes you have logged in to the RList website. Preparing data
This list, How to switch between table and card view at the dashboard, contains 4 data items. The key items for How to switch between table and card view at the dashboard are What is a Table View?, What is a Card View?, RList Dashboard, Switching between Table and Card views, .Description of What is a Table View?: <p>A set of lists, datasets or data items can be displayed using a table where information is laid out in columnar fashion (as above). This way of display is referred to as the Table View.</p><p>Table View may show less information row-wise (as some information may be truncated), but it allows the user to form an overview better if the number of lists, datasets or data items is not small (10 or more).</p>. Description of What is a Card View?: <p>The details of a list, a dataset or a data item can displayed row-wise and laid out serially within a card. This way of display is referred to as the Card View.</p><p>Card View shows more information (without truncation) and is suited when the number of lists, datasets or data items is small (less than 10). </p>. Description of RList Dashboard: If you are currently not at the dashboard, click the <b>Dashboard </b>link at the top of the RList webpage.. Description of Switching between Table and Card views: <p>Switching between Table and Card views is easy; you just need to select and click the Table View/Card View buttons at the top-right corner of the page. </p><hr><p style="text-align: center;"><span style="color: rgb(156, 156, 148);">END OF TUTORIAL</span></p>. This list tracks 0 properties. The tracked properties are .The default field that we focus on here in this list is name.