Smart tables let you organize documents with tags, owners, dates, and more. 🎉 This single view makes it easier for your team to sort, edit, and filter information.

👉 From now on, to further organize and enrich your docs with data like tags, owners, dates, check out Collections.

Table of Contents

  1. Create a Smart table

  2. Drag and drop columns & rows

  3. Column types

  4. Sorting

  5. Filtering

  6. Use cases

1. Create a Smart table

You can insert a Smart table in any doc by:

  • Typing /Smart table

  • Inserting a new line and adding a Smart table from the toolbar

  • Using the keyboard shortcut: cmd + alt + s (Mac) or  ctlr + alt + s (PC)

2. Drag and drop columns & rows

You can move your columns and rows (when the tables is not sorted) to organize your date within the tables.

3. Column types

Each column has a predefined types so you can format your data as you wish.

  • Single Tags

  • Multi Tags

  • Checkboxes

  • Dates (picker)

  • Mention of users

  • Document link

4. Sorting

Sort your columns by name and date

5. Filtering

  • Filter columns to show only the info you need right now (filter by keyword, whether or not a column is empty, exact tag names, and more.)

  • Filter multiple columns at once.

  • Filtered columns appear highlighted (and marked with an icon).

You can use filtering to quickly remove blank columns:

You can also filter down by tags, comments, contained text, or other info to streamline your view:

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