This is small, but could the Airtable field type icons (A, #, fx, etc) be removed from the field labels in the grid view as they are in the legacy grid view? They’re actually a little confusing in shared/embedded views–they sort of give the appearance of interactivity when it’s not actually there. I’ve had users ask about a lookup field and a single select field. The icon in the former makes it look as though they can search for something and they thought the arrow in the latter meant they could make a selection.
My second question is whether allowing in-grid editing in the new grid view as in the legacy grid view is in the works? This was really helpful in grids with only a few editable fields–users could make a small edit directly in the grid instead of having scroll back to the first field and open a separate form just to check a box. I’d also love the return of spreadsheet-style record numbering in grids. It’s a nice feature in the legacy grid.
Last, will the new form have Stripe or Calendly integration in the future?
OK so that wasn’t the last thing because I don’t want to sound too picky–it’s really exciting to see all the new features! The new portal is fantastic, as is everything happening with forms. I’ve been a customer for at least two years, when I had to completely transition and rebuild two huge ongoing projects to Airtable. Miniextensions completely saved the day and it’s great to see how committed you guys are to creating and maintaining a truly useful product.
We are excited to inform you that we have added a new feature that enables you to hide the field type icon in the column header of the grid. For detailed instructions on how to use this feature, please refer to this article: How to hide icons in the column header of the grid?
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Hello @MoyersBell! We have addressed your request and have now included the row number in the portal when using the grid layout. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to let us know by commenting below or reaching out to us via chat.
Hi @MoyersBell. We are delighted to inform you that we have released the feature that will enable your portal user to use in-line editing. You can find more information about these new features in this post:
Please let me know if you need help with anything else!
@Abdul whilst the inline editing you launched above was definitely an improvement on needing to open the entire record, it’s still not nearly as easy as it was in the legacy grid for field types such as single select fields
@Abdul thanks for your reply. It’s not the same experience but I appreciate you clarifying the option for a list view of single select fields.
In line editing is the ability to edit inline without opening up any other modal / form, which therefore dramatically speeds up bulk editing of multiple records. A quick experiment using legacy vs new grid view to edit the select field for 10 records suggests it’s 5-6x slower in the new portal.