- Getting Started
- Managing Duplicate Records
- Basic Navigation
- Key setup steps
- Additional setup steps
- Configuring Dropdown Lists
- Creating New Records
- Tips & Tricks
- Using the Kanban View
- Using the Map View
- Advanced Filters
- Setting Up Grid Layouts
- Show and Hide Columns
- Open or Edit Existing Records
- Syncing Your Accounting System
- Setting up your CSV file for Import
- View Details on Map Pins
- Change the Column order
- Company Information
- Filter Map Records
- Sorting Records
- Import Data from Excel or CSV
- Colourise Map Records
- Filtering Records
- Set Up Security Groups
- Invite Other Users
- Connect Outlook
- Connect to Mailchimp or Campaign Monitor
- Set up your Sales Pipeline
- Set Up Other Reference Data
- Configure Online Quoting
- View Reports and Dashboards
- Connect Burst SMS
- Viewing Tags
- Adding and Editing Tags
- Sorting and Filtering with Tags
- CRM Integrations
- Connecting Stripe
- Connecting with Shopify
- Novum Networks
- Payment Gateways
- Google Maps
- Customer Portal
- Connecting with BurstSMS
- Connecting with Campaign Monitor
- Connecting with eWay
- Connecting with Ezidebit
- Connecting with Machship
- WooCommerce integration settings
- Connecting with Mailchimp
- Setting Up SMTP Email
- Connecting with WooCommerce
- Customer Portal for customers
- Installing Inbox Insights
- Syncing Your Outlook Emails, Calendar & Contacts
- Troubleshooting the Outlook Add-In
- WooCommerce integration
- Setting Up Emails
- SMTP for Gmail
- Jobs, Assets & Service Management
- Products, Inventory & Pricing
- Sales Pipeline
- Shipping & Freight
- System Settings
- Workflow Management
- Quoting & Selling
Creating Layouts on the grid view can help you view your data in an intuitive way that makes sense for your needs.
You can create as many layouts as you need (and even share them with your team) so you can quickly get access to the information you need, when you need it.
The easiest way to create a layout is to first set up your grid as desired. Grid settings and options can be accessed by hovering over any of the column headings and then clicking the small cog that appears on the right-hand side.
This will reveal a settings menu that lets you customise your grid. To edit the columns on your grid, select Column Chooser.
This will show a small popup where you’re able to customise your columns. The left list contains all the columns that are available for within the current CRM module. The right list contains all the active columns currently on your grid.
To add a particular column type to your grid, click the heading in the left list, then click the small blue arrow to move it into your active columns list.
Then click Apply.
You’ll notice the newly selected column is now active on your grid.
By clicking and dragging any of the column headings you’re able to re-order the columns so they suit your needs.
Once you’ve set up your grid with the desired columns in the ideal order, click the small grid icon beside the layout selector in the upper right. Then click New.
This will reveal an Advanced Layout creator. First, choose a name for the layout (something that will be easily recognised when applying the layout later).
Then select whether you’d like the layout to be shared among your team (if you share a layout, other users will be able to implement the layout when they log-in, however, you are the only user who is able to edit the layout).
You’ll then see a list of the active columns, indicated by a green eye symbol on the left-hand side, and inactive columns, indicated by a red eye on the left-hand side. You’re able to use this eye symbol to quickly toggle between active and inactive if you need to make any changes to the columns that you’d like to be visible on your layout.
If you need to reorder the columns on your grid before you save your layout, you can use the arrows on the right-hand side. (Note: the upward arrow will move columns one space to the left on the grid and vice versa).
By clicking on any of the column names, you’re also able to rename the heading that will be displayed on the grid – this might come in handy if you refer to certain data in a unique way and you’d like to make it easier for your team to find what they need.
Once you’ve set up your layout as desired, click Ok.