User Guide | 2019.2

Using list window tabs

If you frequently change information displayed in a list window, use tabs to quickly switch between multiple instances of the same list. For example, you can add tabs to the Issues list window to view multiple Issues lists with different columns, filters, and sorting. You can save tabs to use them again later.

Note:  The Folders list window does not support tabs.

  • To view a tab, click it in the list window. Default tabs set by the administrator may be displayed the first time you open a list. Otherwise, all items are displayed on the Tab 1 tab.
  • To rearrange tabs, drag them left or right.
  • To add a new tab, choose Tabs > New Tab or click the Open a New Tab button in the tab area. Another instance of the current list window opens in the new tab. The default name is Tab <#> based on the number of open tabs.
  • To rename a tab, choose Tabs > Rename Current Tab. See Renaming the current list window tab.
  • To customize a tab to display only information you need, you can rearrange, sort, insert, and remove columns and apply a filter. See Customizing list windows.
  • To save the current tab, choose Tabs > Add Saved Tab. See Saving the current list window tab.
  • To manage saved tabs, choose Tabs > Manage Saved Tabs. You can add, edit, duplicate, and delete saved tabs. You may also be able to share tabs with other users, change the owner, and set default tabs for security groups. See Managing saved list window tabs.
  • To close the current tab, choose Tabs > Close Current Tab or click X on the tab. To close all tabs except the current one, choose Tabs > Close All Other Tabs. If only one tab is open, you cannot close it.