Step 7: Save View
Click Save. You will see that the data in the table was updated.
As you can see, it is not complicated at all but yet powerful. You can also select fields to display and choose which makes sense for your use case.
Let's create another list view for direct reports of a manager.
Step 1: Create Another New List
Again, you can create another list view by clicking on list view controls and choosing New in a dropdown menu.
Step 2: Add Filter
Add a filter by clicking the funnel icon.
We will choose a different field, “Manager”, to filter all direct reports this time. We use equals operator and type name of our manager.
Step 3: Save New View
Click Save, and we will see all employees of this manager in the list of records.
Step 4: Choose Visible Fields
Don't forget to choose visible fields in list view controls.
Filtering, sorting, and showing fields are not the only features of list views. Another powerful and helpful thing is inline editing.
Imagine that you need to open a single record in a new tab to edit multiple records! But remember that inline editing works only when all records belong to the same record type.
The list view chart is another exciting feature you can use without going with reports. Yes, you can add a new chart right in the list view. Click on a chart icon and define which one you would like to use.