This official RList guide introduces you to the Dataset Editor and the tools/functions it provides for you to create your list.
Assumptions. This guide assumes you have selected a dataset to edit from the dashboard. If not, you can refer to this tutorial on selecting a dataset for editing. Preparing data
This list, What does the Dataset Editor do?, contains 4 data items. The key items for What does the Dataset Editor do? are Dataset Editor Overview, Switching to table view, Changing the dataset title, Dataset title changed, .Description of Dataset Editor Overview: <p>When you have selected a dataset to edit, the Dataset Editor will be launched, showing the dataset items as a list of cards (as above). There are a number of functions available in the Dataset Editor.</p><p><span style="font-weight: bold;">The following are functions within Dataset Editor.:</span></p><ol><li>Add a new dataset item</li><li>Viewing an existing dataset item</li><li>Editing an existing dataset item</li><li>Deleting an existing dataset item</li><li>Listing all the items of the dataset in table or card view</li></ol><p><span style="font-weight: bold;">The following functions will exit the Dataset Editor:</span></p><ol><li><span style="font-weight: bold;">Import data</span>. This function brings you to the <font color="#0000ff">Data Importer </font>which helps you import bulk data easily into the dataset.</li><li><span style="font-weight: 700;">Edit custom fields. </span>This function brings you to the <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);">Custom Field Editor </span>which helps you add, edit or remove custom fields for the dataset items. </li><li><b>Other Datasets</b> .This function rings you to the dashboard's list of datasets under your account.</li><li><b>Back to list.</b> This function rings you back to the list that you were previously editing before entering the Dataset Editor.</li></ol>. Description of Switching to table view: <p>Clicking on <b>Table View</b> shows you the same list of dataset items, but in table view.</p><p>The table view enables you to have a quick overview of dataset items easily, while the card view enables you have a more detailed glance of each dataset item.</p>. Description of Changing the dataset title: <p>The dataset title is a name that is not public and only seen by you. Giving the dataset a meaningful title helps make it easier for you to identify the dataset when you wish to select it for editing or removal, or when you wish to connect a list to a specific dataset.</p><p>To change the title of a dataset, simply click on the <b>existing title </b>or click on the <b>EDIT </b>link. An input box, containing the existing title, will appear and you can type in your new title.</p><p>Once you have typed in the new title, click <b>Save </b>(or <b>Cancel </b>if you wish to discard the changes).</p>. Description of Dataset title changed: <p>Once you have clicked the <b>Save</b> button, you will see an acknowledgement message at the top-right corner of your screen, indicating the title is being saved.</p><p>The new title will then be reflected in the Dataset Editor once it has been saved on the server.</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.