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Scrolling through fields

Publication date: August 15, 2018

We are new to this program! How can I get the fields in a record to scroll vertically on my phone instead horizontally?

First Field in a Table

Publication date: August 8, 2018

Is there anyway I can see the first field (in my case the name) as a scroll across the screen? As I scroll right, I cannot not see whose record I am on. Sorry for so many questions tonight…I’m trying to figure out how to easily edit records without going into each record.

Vertical Adjustment of Record View

Publication date: August 16, 2018

I would like to be able to adjust the vertical height of my record view to allow more records to be displayed without the need for a client to have to scroll down. The record view allows horizontal adjustment but not vertical.

Pagination Link

Publication date: August 20, 2018


It would be very useful to have Pagination links also at the bottom of the table and not just on top of it.

Then users will not need to scroll all the way up to got to the next page. And it will look more presentable as well.

Thank you


Row Heading

Publication date: August 20, 2018

I gave a class today to 7 people from the organization (Christian Friends of New Americans – CFNA) for which this database supports. There were 2 suggestions from then – one follows:

Since there may be many records on a page and there may be many columns per record, when a User scrolls to the right, they may not remember what this record is for (e.g., which “Contact”), so, they have to scroll left to determine this.

Please devise a way to “freeze” the “row” heading (like they can in a spreadsheet) such that, when they scroll right, this row heading always shows. Like a spreadsheet, ideally, they would be able to select which columns to “freeze”, e.g., Last Name, First Name, etc.

Top Row remans static

Publication date: August 20, 2018

I would like for the top row of my databases (which are the titles of the columns), to remain visible while the data itself scrolls up and down. As it is, each record has several columns that require scrolling left and right. It is very easy to get confused and not know what column is being viewed once the titles have scrolled off the top of the area.