Spreadsheet.com allows you to view your workbook's data in different ways. We refer to these different layouts as views. Whenever you're in a worksheet, you're viewing data through a view. But there are multiple types of views to showcase different data in different ways.
For now, there are two view types:
- Sheet Views—spreadsheets with all the usual functionality plus Spreadsheet.com's added features.
- Kanban Views—a card-based view that lays out rows as cards in scrollable stacks.
- Gantt Views and Project Management—interactive project management charts that allow you to visualize work as a timeline or series of visual dependencies.
- Form Views—a shareable and embeddable form where columns serve as fields and form submissions become new rows in the worksheet.
You can create a new view by clicking on the View selector and choosing a new view of the desired type.
Other view types are in development and will be added to the view selector as they are launched, including Gantt views, Form views, and others.
See our full Introduction to views for more on how to create, rename, delete, and navigate through views.