2.8. Defining Views for Your List

Perhaps you don't like the default view's look. Or maybe you want to create different views of the same list to use on different pages within the site. For lists like tasks lists, project tasks lists, and issue tracking lists, you might want multiple views of the list data to examine tasks or issues by person, project, status, or other criteria.

In any case, the path to a new view begins by clicking the drop-down menu on the right side of the list labeled View as shown in Figure 2-38. This drop-down menu first displays all views currently defined for the list. You can switch from one view to another by clicking the one you want. While displaying any view, you can return to this drop-down and click Modify the ...

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