Be able to choose how many row to be displayed in table view

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  • Charlie Lindstrom

    Hi Jean-Claude,

    You can hide rows in table view via the tools symbol (Options). Am I right to understand your suggest to remove the options selected in a one-click 'Show all' as you can do with the filters?

    /Charlie - Podio

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  • Jean-Claude Massé

    Hi,
    Row are not column, we can hide column, but cannot show to display 25 or 100 rows (items). As for show all, when we click on, it's show only the 30 first item. If we want more, we have to scroll down and we will get another 30 more items, and do it again to get 30 more again...and do it again and again and again until we get all items. At this time, we can print all item in the table (not only first 30). And if we print all items, we don't have option to get repeated header.

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  • Jean-Claude Massé

    correction: At this time, we cannot easily print all item in the table

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  • Charlie Lindstrom

    Ah - got you! Yes, it automatically does not load all items so you first need to scroll down to show al items before printing. Could be that a 'show all' option could be something we can look into in the future. For the repeated header, could you take a screenshot of that and send to us in a ticket to support so that we can see what you are looking at?

    Thanks!

    /Charlie - Podio

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  • Jean-Claude Massé

    It's hard to take a screenshot of that, but it's the same function for excel when you go to print option you can check repeat header or line to repeat at top (of pages). So, you have the table header in each page when printing

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  • Charlie Lindstrom

    Looking a bit closer on this I found that there is a setting in Excel that you can use to get the headers to repeat. If you click on 'Repeat Titles' in Excel you can set this in the field 'Rows to repeat at top'. I can not attach screenshots here but if you send me a ticket I can show you in better detail :-)

    /Charlie - Podio

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  • Jean-Claude Massé

    That's what i mean. Is it possible to get that in podio table view for printing?

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  • Charlie Lindstrom

    I can only find the setting when printing an Excel, not when printing from the browser I'm afraid. As this is a browser function I can not guarantee there isn't a trick I'm missing though. Might be behaving differently in different browsers print function as well.

    /Charlie - Podio

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