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Status Planned for future release
Categories Usability
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 5, 2018

Extra Cols in Table on UI Dialog

Table on UI Dialogs can have a max of 10 columns. Sometimes more than 10 columns are required to collect data from sponsors/partners. Please extend the number of max columns a table can have.

What is your industry? Non-Industry Specific
How will this idea be used?

This will be used for scenarios where a table with more than 10 columns is required.

  • Admin
    Greg Russell
    Apr 27, 2021

    We will look into expanding this to up to twelve columns that will correspond with the number of fields in a code list. However, it will be reviewed for fit into the user interface.