I’m not sure if this would be the appropriate place for it, but I also wouldn’t mind having an Excel-style ‘autofit column width’ button or settings option. I find I spend quite a bit of time resizing columns to get good information density without cutting anything off. You could also combine it with a text wrapping option by selecting a number of lines to wrap and get a really customizable table view. Just some ideas
Agreed, please also upvote my request which is similar to what you want:
Table header wrapping: As someone that works a lot in the table views I would like to avoid having to constantly resize column widths in my battle between seeing what the field name is and trying to get the most columns visible without having to scroll.
This can be achieved by allowing us to wrap the table header to 2 or 3 lines, potentially reducing wasted whitespace by 50-60%
This request might be similar to the one here: [APPROVED] Wrap Cells & expand Column option in Table View
@Tommy_Hedley and @Dimitri_S , thanks for these suggestions, I am the author of:
I know we have some table updates with the “batch editing” coming up, very glad to hear about that! On the subject of tables, I wanted to suggest the option to “wrap” the table view.
This is a big piece of Notion that I’ve always found very useful.
It’s very useful if you want to see your related entities as a small “list” in a table. With Fibery’s sophisticated many-to-one, many-to-many, and one-to-one visuals, this would really give Tables a leg up. Notion can’t benefit here as a…
and good to see other users with the need for first-class tables in Fibery!
Let’s hope we get some movement on these features soon! I’ve voted for both your requests, feel free to do the same with mine!
Implemented in latest release in experimental Grid View
This release is mostly about experimental features, so we need your feedback!
Experimental: New Grid View (future Table View replacement)
We are working on new Table View for months and finally can share some results. You may enable Grid View in Settings → Experimental Lab. Then just create Grid View in left menu and play with it.
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It does not have many new features in comparison of the old Table View yet, our goal is to release …