Improved Lanes View!

What's New

Lanes views, also known as Swimlane Views, have been given a fresh look and additional functionality! We've added more flexibility in building lanes/columns, sorting your cards and choosing what is shown on each card.

  • Parent values can be used as lanes! Now you can use a relationship field to to create your lanes. For example, if you have States as a related Parent table to your Projects table, you can now select States to build a Lanes view.

  • A custom vertical sort can be enabled and saved for that view. This will allow you to drag & drop a card to a specific spot within a lane and save it in that spot. This works great when you need to prioritize your cards within a Lane!

  • You can select any dropdown or relationship fields you have in your view to display as Lanes.

  • Additional fields can be added to a card (up to 3). This is great to see more information at a glance when viewing your cards.


The Details

To start, you must create a custom view.  If your view contains a Dropdown field and/or a Relationship (Link to Parent) field, you will see the Lanes option in the hamburger menu of the new view.

Click the Lanes option to open the Lanes Setup window.  You may edit the View name here.

To use a Dropdown field:

  1. Choose the Dropdown field. In the above example, we have chosen Project Stage.

  2. Choose the Dropdown values you want to use as lanes.  The order you choose will be the order in which the lanes are displayed.  One hundred (100) is the maximum number of lanes.

  3. (Optional) Choose the display fields for each card.  The Record ID will always be used. You may choose up to 3 more fields.(*)  The order you choose will be the order of the fields displayed.

  4. (Optional) Choose a filter or create a new filter.

  5. (Optional) Check the box to allow custom vertical sorting within the lane.

  6. Click Save Settings.

To use a Relationship (Link to Parent) field:


  1. Choose the Relationship field. In the example above, we have chosen State as the Relationship field. State is a table connected to Projects.

  2. Choose a Preferred Parent View.  Best Practice is to create and choose a Custom View (i.e. not Default even though that is what we are showing above).

  3. Choose the Parent values you want to use as lanes.  The order you choose will be the order in which the lanes are displayed.  One hundred (100) is the maximum number of lanes. In the example above, we have choose California and Alabama as the Parent values

  4. (Optional) Choose the display fields for each card.  The Parent Record ID will always be shown. You may choose up to 3 more fields.(*)  The order you choose will be the order of the fields displayed.

  5. (Optional) Choose a filter or create a new filter.

  6. (Optional) Check the box to allow vertical sorting.

  7. Click Save Settings.

(*) Display Fields

  • All field types are available to display on a card except Image, Document and Checkboxes.

  • Location fields will be the text values for Lat and Long.

  • URL and Email fields will display as text (not clickable).


What's Different

In the View Options (hamburger) menu for a Default view:

  • "Lanes" no longer appears.

In the View Options (hamburger) menu for a Lanes view:

  • "Create New View" has been removed.

  • "Edit This View" takes the user to the general View Builder instead of the Lanes Setup modal.

  • Use "Lanes" to create and edit a Lanes view.

Sharing a Lanes View

  • All email shares will show a grid view of up to 250 records.

    • An ad hoc (immediate) share will show only the records for the chosen columns of the view.

    • Scheduled shares will show records for all the columns regardless of which were chosen to display.


Notes

  • Existing Lanes views will display as expected.  Choose the Lanes option to edit.

  • Permissions are not violated.

    • Users with edit permission will still be able to drag a card from one lane to another.

    • Users without edit permission will not be able to drag a card vertically to re-sort a lane even if the Admin has enabled the option.

  • Mobile functionality

    • iOS will continue to render a grid for all Lanes views.

    • Android will continue to render a Lane view when it is created with a Dropdown field.

      • As before, all columns will display.

      • As before, each card will contain the Record ID and 1 display field only.

    • Android will render a grid view for a Lane view created with a Parent relationship.


Video Walkthrough



Bugs Fixed with this Release

  • Some users were having trouble saving changes to Quick Filters when many tabs of the same browser window were open. This is now fixed.
  • A limited user without permission to delete records was seeing an "X" (delete icon) in a Lanes view.  The "X" to delete no longer displays for that user.
  • Changes to a Lanes view which contained a relationship (Link to Parent) field were causing errors and not saving.  With the Lanes Enhancement release, users can edit Lanes views that contain relationship fields.
  • Some fields were not displaying custom formatting in the Audit History of a record when the record was viewed from a custom form.  This is fixed.


Product Release Notes

  1. iOS Mobile App v5.2.4 - Sync Upload Maintenance
  2. iOS Mobile App v.5.2.3 - Resolve App Crash for Album Permissions
  3. Android Mobile App v3.3 - Chart Labels, Maintenance, and Performance
  4. iOS Mobile App v5.2.2 - EXIF, GPS, and Photos
  5. August 2020 Web Maintenance
  6. Android Mobile App v3.2 - Sandboxes: App Admin Access and Flows! Proceed through Empty Grids
  7. iOS Mobile App v5.2.1 - Stability Improvement
  8. iOS Mobile App v5.2 - Performance Improvements and Maintenance
  9. Introducing App Admin Access to Sandbox!
  10. Dashboard Tabs
  11. July 2020 Web Maintenance
  12. iOS Mobile App v5.1: Dashboards and Dates
  13. Android Mobile App v3.1: General Maintenance
  14. June 2020 Platform Maintenance
  15. TrackVia Mobile - Dashboards Reimagined!
  16. TrackVia's New Look
  17. Update to Flows - New Exit Button And More!
  18. Advanced Link to Parent
  19. New and Improved Lanes View!
  20. Introducing Backup and Restore!
  21. View Filters + Web Maintenance
  22. Android Mobile App v2.24.1: Resolved Workflow Decision Conflict
  23. February 2020 Web Maintenance
  24. iOS Mobile App v4.5: Voice Memo, Barcodes, Manual Sort, and Charts
  25. iOS Mobile App v4.4.2: Resolve Unintentional Logouts from the App
  26. Web Maintenance January 2020
  27. Web v20.10: New Permission & Enhancements to Bulk Select
  28. Android Mobile App v2.23: Side by Side Multi-Select and Maintenance
  29. December 2019 Web Maintenance
  30. Microservices Update
  31. iOS Mobile App v4.4.1: Login to Sandbox Environment
  32. iOS Mobile App v4.4: Locations, Directions, and Maintenance
  33. October 2019 Web Maintenance
  34. iOS Mobile App v4.3.1: Logout Issue Resolved
  35. October 2019 Platform Maintenance
  36. Introducing Pivot Views!
  37. Android Mobile App v2.21.7: Maintenance Release
  38. iOS Mobile App v4.3: Sync Center Enhancements and Maintenance Release
  39. September 2019 Platform Maintenance
  40. September 2019 Web Maintenance
  41. iOS Mobile App v4.2 Maintenance Release
  42. August 2019 Platform Maintenance
  43. Android Mobile App v2.21.6: Maintenance Release
  44. Introducing TrackVia Integrations!
  45. Android Mobile App v2.21.5: Maintenance Release
  46. August 2019 Release Notes: Web Maintenance
  47. iOS Mobile App v4.1: Updates to Grid Views, Multi Select Widgets and Date/Time Stamps
  48. June 2019 Maintenance
  49. New in Mobile: iOS v4.0 - Simplified Offline Data Sync
  50. iOS Mobile App v4.0: Release Notes
  51. May 2019 Release Notes: Web Maintenance 2
  52. May 2019 Release Note: Web Maintenance
  53. App Script Constants!
  54. April 2019 Release Notes: API Maintenance
  55. Entity Relationship Diagram Improvements
  56. Improved Lanes View!
  57. December 2018 Release Notes: Web Maintenance
  58. Custom Mail Settings!
  59. November 2018 Release Notes: Platform Maintenance
  60. October 2018 Release Notes: Maintenance
  61. Improved User Management
  62. Views & Quick Filter Updates
  63. July 2018 Release Notes: Maintenance
  64. June 13, 2018 Release Notes: Maintenance
  65. May 25, 2018 Release Notes: Sandbox Environments
  66. May 2018 Release Notes: Deprecating TLS 1.0 & 1.1
  67. April 23rd Release Notes: Maintenance
  68. April 18th Release Notes: Maintenance
  69. April 10th Release Notes: Maintenance
  70. March 2018 Release Notes: Maintenance
  71. February 2018 Release Notes: More Intelligent Saving & Other Notes
  72. January 2018 Release Notes: Maintenance
  73. December 2017 Release Notes: Offline Editing on Android
  74. November 2017 Release Notes: Timeline | Calendar and Conditional Formatting
  75. September 2017 Release Notes: Maintenance
  76. August 2017 Release Notes: Maintenance
  77. July 2017 Release Notes: Maintenance
  78. June 27, 2017: TrackVia Introduces Flows!
  79. May 22, 2017: TrackVia Apple Watch App
  80. May 2017 Release Notes
  81. May 5, 2017: Better Connectivity Handling
  82. April 2017 Release Notes
  83. March 2017 Release Notes
  84. March 27, 2017: Single Sign On
  85. February 23, 2017: Winter Polish
  86. February 2017 Release Notes: Session Timeouts
  87. January 2017 Release Notes: Number Display Options & Min / Max

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