There is a layout for the records of each table in Stacker. This determines how your users see a record: which fields they have, how they are laid out on the page and which other items appear on these pages. We call these Record pages.
This is an example record page on our example app Trunkify.
There are a lot of things that can be included on a layout. These are:
Fields - the columns from your tables
Headings - larger text to signpost what each section is for
Highlights - easy glance information
Banner - buttons which open links
Embeds - embed of other sites inside a record via iframes
Related lists - a list of records that have a relationship to the current record
When you are on a record page you can enter Design Mode by clicking on the pencil in the top right hand corner next to the settings cog. (This is also true right across Stacker!)
Design Mode shows the record and additionally the controls you need to change the record. These appear in a sidebar from the left hand side.
Additionally there are two display modes for a record page:
Default - heading for the record name and the rest of the layout is yours to adapt.
Listing - features a large image at the top to highlight one of the images on your record.
This can be accessed by entering the Detail Layout the template dropdown to be either Default or Listing.
Each table in Stacker has a display name field defined. This field is used:
As the record detail page title
As a label in relationship fields
By default the display name will be based on the primary field in your data source. For Airtable users, the display name is set to the first column in your table.
You can change the field that is used for the display name in the table settings.
From Setup Home click on the table and the expand the Display Name section in settings.
Select the field you would like to use and press Save.
The filters are used when configuring a filtered list view, setting conditional visibility on a block in a detail view, or data filters (choosing which records are shown in the portal at all).
We have added this to allow you to choose the record itself on the left-hand side, not just a field on the record.
For example you can now make a fixed home page by having a filter on a Page list view saying "[The Record] → is → Home Page"
Or you can now have a view to show a user their own profile by having a list view on User filtered to "[The Record] → is current user"