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Use a Custom List View in the FleetLogic Web Application

Describes how to create, save, load, rename, and delete a custom list view out of any type of information list in the FleetLogic web application.

Type

How to

Audience

FleetLogic Counter, or Service Manager

Products

FleetLogic web application

In This Article

Context

Create a custom list view when you have a particular set of filters and column arrangements that you need to use with a particular list.  The FleetLogic web application makes use of a multitude of lists to display the information you need to carry out your work duties. By default, these lists contain every piece of information associated with them.  Often, you do not need every single piece of information in a list to do your work, and it is easier for you to review the list without all the unnecessary information.

Using custom views, you can arrange your list the way you need, and then save that arrangement.  See: “Customize and Filter a List in the FleetLogic Web Application” for more information on how to arrange your list.  The next time you access the list, you can load your view, and your presets are instantly applied to the list, saving you valuable time and effort. 

You can save as many views as you want in a list. Views that are saved become part of a pooled list that can be accessed and updated by any users at your company, as long as they have sufficient permissions to do so.

 

You can set a custom view as the default view that all users see when they first access the list so that you do not have to load the custom view each time.

 

Note: Not all lists support custom views

Before You Begin

Required: internet connect, valid FleetLogic login credentials and access permissions

Optional: mobile device with an internet connection

Steps

Create a new custom list view

  1. Locate the list that you need to create a custom view for
  2. Arrange your list as needed.
    Note: See: “Customize and Filter a List in the FleetLogic Web Application” for more information
  3. Use the User View dropdown to select Save as

    The Save as New View popup opens
  4. Type a name for the view that clearly describes the list contents in the View Name field
  5. Click Save
    The view is saved
    The current view of the list is changed to the saved view

Save the current custom list view

  1. Locate the list that you need to save a custom view for
  2. Use the User View dropdown to select Save

    The Are you sure you want to overwrite this View popup opens
  3. Click Yes
    The view is saved

Load a custom list view

  1. Locate the list that you need to load a custom view to
  2. Use the User View dropdown to select Load

    The Load View popup opens
  3. Optional: Type a keyword(s), such as a view name in the Search field to narrow the list of views to reflect your keyword(s)
  4. Under View Name, click the view you need to load
    The view is loaded

Set a custom view as the default list view

  1. Locate the list that you need to update the default view for
  2. Load the custom view you need to set as the default
  3. Use the User View dropdown to select Set as default

    The Set as Default popup opens
  4. Click Yes
    The current custom list is set as the default list and is viewed by all users when they first view the list
    The User View dropdown is renamed to the Default View dropdown

Rename a custom list view

  1. Locate the list that you need to rename a custom view for
  2. Use the User View list to select Rename

    The Rename View popup open
  3. Type a new name for the view in the View Name field
  4. Click Save
    The new view name is saved over the previous name
    The view is saved

Delete a custom list view

  1. Locate the list with the custom view you need to delete
  2. Load the custom view you need to delete
  3. Use the User View list to select Delete

    The Delete View? popup opens
  4. Click Yes
    The view is permanently deleted
    The view is removed from the list of views
    The current user view is changed to (None Selected)

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