Interactive Controls and Filters1:46 with Guil Hernandez
Coda provides you with controls and filters to quickly display only what you want to show.
Coda provides you with controls and 0:00 filters to easily display only what you want to see. 0:02 Bring up the Learning Plan table again on the My Student Planner page in your 0:06 workbook. 0:10 We're going to customize the table and 0:11 filter out all the lessons you've already completed and have marked as Done so 0:13 that only the lessons you haven't started or are still in progress are shown. 0:18 Hovered to the right of the Status column and click on the Select List icon. 0:23 Then select Filter>Interactive, filter>Create control. 0:29 Notice how the status select list control is automatically added above your table. 0:38 This control is essentially a drop down with All shown by default, so 0:44 all the rows are displayed. 0:48 You can choose only what you want to view by deselecting status options. 0:51 Let's deselect Done and Blank to display only those 0:56 lessons that you've still not completed. 1:01 And now any lessons marked as Done are hidden. 1:05 The combination of controls and filters makes it easy for anyone viewing the doc 1:11 to determine what they want to see without changing the display or the data for 1:16 anyone else. 1:20 This way, you can avoid having multiple tabs with duplicate views of data for 1:22 each person. 1:26 Controls and filters are especially useful when you use Coda Packs to pull 1:27 in information from other apps like Jira issues, or GitHub pull requests into Coda. 1:32 Next, I'll show you how you can use table views and groups for 1:40 more ways to display your data. 1:43
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