Sharing a specific view from a table is useful for collaborating with people outside your organization who only need access to a few items in your database.
Formviews allow you to share a specific view from a table. The Kanban view cannot be shared publicly.
Anyone with the link will be able to access the table that has been shared. You can share a table with anyone, whether or not they are a member of your group.
An example of someone you might grant link access to is a client. For example, you are working with multiple clients on a project and want them to get a detailed view of the data.
You can hide fields from viewers. A client, for example, needs to keep track of the tasks in their project. You’ve included the category, project lead, project team, kick-off date, due date and budget. You can conceal the fields you don’t want the client to view.
If you change the visible fields in a view, the view share link will immediately reflect those changes in real-time.
A shared view allows anyone to see the data in any table in your database.
To publicly share a view:
View share links don’t display hidden fields in the shared view, even if you enlarge a row in the view share link.
Only fields that are not hidden will be visible in publicly shared views. Choose what information is shared publicly by using the ‘Hide fields’ option.
Fields are hidden even when records are expanded in the view share link. Learn more about the basics of hide and show fields.
If you create a view share link, the sorting conditions used to create the view will be available to others who access the view through the link. Viewers will be able to sort and filter data in any way they like
However, sort options set in a view you share via a view share link do not affect how that view displays data in the table itself.
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