Introduction to Row Hierarchies (1 min.)

In, indenting and outdenting rows allows you to create hierarchical relationships between rows.

More than just a visual indicator, indenting and outdenting turns rows into "parents" with "children." Sometimes called "grouping", indenting and outdenting rows combines groups with tabs to create hierarchical relationships that persist across Views. For instance, in Kanban Views you can sort by level, showing all rows, just parent rows, or only rows at a specific level in the hierarchy. In addition, there are unique Hierarchy Formulas that allow you to reference child data in the hierarchy.

For a more detailed introduction to row hierarchies, check out our Quick Start Guide article on indenting rows to create hierarchies. Or dive into our full suite of articles on rows to learn more about working with rows, including row hierarchies.