What is Field?
A table consists of rows and fields (columns). The rows and fields, also known as columns, are visible in the grid view. In a table, a field is a collection of values of the same data type. Each field is a data structure that holds a defined data type.
A field can store lots of different types of data, but importantly it can only store one type of information and not a mix. Fields have different data types, such as text, numbers, dates, boolean, collaborators, select and URL:
This support article covers how to add a new field.
- To create a new field, you can click the ’+’ button in the action bar. Next, select the field type and enter a name to identify the field. Click Create.
In Undb, each field can be configured to fit your use case. You can sort, filter, and hide the columns in a particular view without affecting other views in the table.