<aside> 💡 The Table View is a tabular interface that lets you quickly inspect all the features in your data layers as rows. In addition to scrolling through the data, you can also rename and sort columns, search for specific terms and add filters.


Working with the Table View

Renaming columns

Clicking on a column will open its options menu. The first row is a text input where you can rename the column — this new name will also show up in label and popups.

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Sorting by a column

Like above, click on a column to access its options menu, then select Sort ascending or Sort descending to sort the full table by the values in that column. This works for all column data types: text, numbers, booleans and dates.

Searching features

Click the search icon on the top-right corner of the table to search throughout all columns.

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Selecting a feature

Clicking once on a row will select that feature both on the table and in the map, indicated by a pink highlight color. Double-clicking on the row will also zoom to it on the map.


Adding a filter

You can add filters for a column directly in the Table View. Learn more about filtering layers in this page: Filtering Layers

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