Tutorial - Part II
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Hello,
Once you group entries together and the number of entries is shown under "Id", is there a way to sort the "Id" column?

Thanks,
Ruth
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Hello Ruth,
try this
- Group the elements (Click a column haed and select "Group")
- Click another column head (Id) and select "Ascending".
Greetings
Birger - Ninox Support
R
Hi Birger,
I am not able to sort the "Id" column. Could you advise?

Thanks,
Ruth
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Hello Ruth,
click on any column head, click "Show column" and select the "ID" field. Click the "ID" field and select the sorting option you need.
Birger - Ninox Support
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Hi,

I have a contracts form on which I have a workdays sub table showing the days I have worked on a contract.

I can order this sub table manually by the date field to show the most recent at the top, but I have to do this each time I view the contracts form, which I do several times a day.

Is there a way to make the date descending order persist across visits? I had a look at the field properties for the date and there is nothing there (i.e. no Ascending/Descending option)

Sehr Danke!
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To make these changes persistent you'll have to switch to Admin Mode (wrench icon in the top right corner ist red).

Cheers
Birger - Ninox Support
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Ah! Why did I not think of that? Silly me. Thank you :)
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Does anyone know how to link tables that all have the same column headers? I'm trying to create a large table from subtables that include all of the data from in one table. Is that possible with Ninox?

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Use "Export data" from the gear menu to export the subtables. Then reimport these files using "Import data" to the main table.

Birger

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you can add a new f(x) formula as header in the main table and with the SELECT you can link those fields

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