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Any way to display more than two fields in List
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Hi, 

I have our small database running on SharePlus Pro, and it works well. But there is one optimization I would like to make. When viewing my records in a List, I would like to be able to see four fields associated with each record, rather than having to click on the record to view those extra fields. 

For example with this image below, there is a main header field and then two other fields (Priority and Assigned To). I would also like to show the Ticket Number and Time Assigned fields. 

SharePlus Image

Is this possible? 

thank you. 

  • 2275
    Offline posted

    Hello Jonathan,

    Thank you for contacting Infragistics!

    You can try selecting Grid view mode from the options at the bottom, in order to see all the fields available.
    I will also recommend you to try updating to the latest version of SharePlus, judging by the screenshot provided your SharePlus version is prior to 4.2.X versions.
    This will ensure full compatibility with newer iOS versions.

    Please let us know if you need further help.
    Regards



    Gonzalo T
    Associate Support Specialist
    Enterprise Mobility
    Infragistics, Inc.

  • 155
    Offline posted

    In sharepoint, create a view with those specific fields you want to see, then, in shareplus, change the view to the one you made, and the visualization to "Grid", this will display it like a spreadsheet, almost.

    The table visualization (that you've pictured) will show the title and the first 2/4 columns that are ordered to appear first.

    You can also make a grouping in the view you made that would group by completion status.

    Lastly, I like to create workflows that change the title to display a bunch of the info of my jobs together with a completion status on the end, this is easy to view on ipad, maybe not so much on iPhone.