To define sheet views you and your admin use various options to set what data and metadata the sheet displays and how the sheet displays it. You have two set sheet views:
- Default view
- Your personalized view
Both the default and your preferred view are defined by columns, filters, rows, the timespan, and other display options.
Your admin sets the default view. This is how the sheet appears the first time any user opens it. You can always revert to the default view. Click the Reset to Default View from the toolbar before you save the sheet.
Make changes to the sheet and save the sheet. The next time you open the sheet, it's set up the way you left it. Every time you save the sheet, you set your preferred view. You can't revert to your preferred view. The only way to reset your preference is to make changes to the view and save them again.
What to Change
What you can change and save depends on the sheet type:
Why Change Your View
- Get to editable cells, reduce the size of your sheet, and eliminate scrolling. See Troubleshooting: Get to Editable Cells.
- Hide rows of blank data.
- See different sets of data if your admin has limited the amount of rows a modeled sheet can display.
- Remove or hide data that's irrelevant to you.