This list, What does the List Editor do?, contains 6 data items. The key items for What does the List Editor do? are General organization, Description tab, Layout tab, Dataset tab, Editing the list's dataset, Preview and Publish, .Description of General organization: <p><i>List Title</i>. The title of the list can be seen right at the top of the List Editor. Refer to <a href="https://rlist.io/l/how-to-change-the-title-of-a-list" target="_blank">this tutorial if you wish to change the title of the list</a>.</p><p><i>Permalink</i>. Immediately below the list title, the list's permalink is displayed. If the list is not yet published, the permalink may be re-generated automatically each time the list title is changed. If the list is published, the permalink will be locked. Refer to <a href="https://rlist.io/l/how-to-unlock-and-change-the-permalink-of-a-list" target="_blank">this tutorial if you wish to learn how to unlock and change the permalink of the list</a>.</p><p><i>Tabs</i>. Below, the List Editor organizes its tools/functions around three tabs - <b>Description</b>, <b>Layout</b> and <b>Dataset</b>, which are described below.</p>. Description of Description tab: <p>The Description tab enables you to provide descriptive information (such as description and tags) about your list. For more, click on <a href="https://rlist.io/l/how-to-edit-the-description-and-tags-of-a-list" target="_blank" style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">How to edit the description and tags of a list</a>.</p><p>Clicking on the <b>Advanced Settings</b> button will expand more tools for you to add additional information about your list. We will cover this in a later tutorial.</p>. Description of Layout tab: <p>The <b>Layout </b>tab allows you to control how your list will look like when it is displayed to your readers. It enables you to change the color theme and layout of your list and add an icon, a list banner and a descriptive image to your list.</p><p>You can refer to these tutorials to find out more about changing the display of your list:</p><ul><li><a href="https://rlist.io/l/how-to-change-the-theme-and-layout-of-a-list" target="_blank">How to changing the theme and layout of a list</a></li><li><a href="https://rlist.io/l/how-to-upload-a-list-icon" target="_blank">How to upload a list iocn</a></li></ul>. Description of Dataset tab: <p>The Dataset tab lets you know the name of the dataset which this list is connected to.</p><p>Click <b>Add more data</b> if you wish to add more data items or edit your dataset. This button opens up the <font color="#0000ff">Dataset Editor,</font> just like the<b> Edit Dataset </b>button at the top.</p><p>Click <b>Switch to another dataset </b>if you wish to connect this list to another dataset.</p><p>Take note that each list can only be connected to one dataset. (However, each dataset can be connected to more than one lists, each list possibly showing different perspectives of the dataset.)</p>. Description of Editing the list's dataset: Clicking on the <b>Edit Dataset</b> button will launch the Dataset Editor for your list. The Dataset Editor enables you to add, edit, remove and manage the data items of the list.. Description of Preview and Publish: <p>Depending on your screen width (due to RList's responsive design), the <b>Preview </b>and <b>Publish </b>buttons may be located either on the right side of the page or at the bottom of the page.</p><p>If your list is already published, then the Preview and Publish buttons will be replaced with the <b>View </b>and <b>Unpublish</b> buttons.</p><p>To learn more about publishing your list, check out <a href="https://rlist.io/l/how-to-create-and-publish-your-first-list" target="_blank">this tutorial on publishing your list</a>. </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.