Types of Views

Creating a new view can transform your spreadsheet, letting you visualize your data in a whole new way.

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.

Spreadsheet.com currently offers five types of views:

  • Sheet Views — traditional spreadsheets with all the usual functionality, plus Spreadsheet.com's unique 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
  • Calendar Views - interactive calendars that display rows as expandable events

You can create a new view by clicking the name of the current view to open the Views sidebar. Then, click one of the + View buttons at the bottom of the sidebar. The new view will appear at the bottom of the Views list.


Read on through the rest of our articles on Views and View Types to learn more about each of the view types Spreadsheet.com offers, as well as more information about locking views, changing view permissions, and managing your existing views.