Display of data tables

Table Filters

The Myposeo tool allows you to modify the display of data you wish to see or not. 

Filter by Groups

You have themed your keywords and you do not want to display certain groups of keywords? 

Uncheck the group(s) in question

 

comment_modifier_l_affichage_-_groupes.png

 

Filter on Devices

Filter your data table by device.

filtres_audit_seo.png 

Filter on Engines

Filter your data table according to search engines.

Capture_d_e_cran_2021-03-25_a__17.36.01.png

Filter by location

Filter your data table by location.

Capture_d_e_cran_2021-03-25_a__17.34.40.png

 

Advanced filters

The "Filter" block allows you to apply multiple filters to put your different KPIs into perspective.

To learn more about advanced filters, please visit this page.

Capture_d_e_cran_2021-03-25_a__17.42.12.png

Data table column management

To manage the columns to be displayed or not in your tables, go to the table header (the little cross)

Capture_d_e_cran_2021-03-10_a__10.12.25.png

Capture_d_e_cran_2021-03-10_a__10.12.36.png

 

Table Display Mode

Capture_d_e_cran_2021-03-25_a__17.30.57.png

Mode pagination

Table behaviour in Pagination:

  • Allows you to scroll on the page
  • The table header is fixed
  • Displays 25 to 500 items

Capture-d_e_cran-2019-11-20-a_-10.26.02-1024x78.png

 

Infinite Scroll Mode

Ideal on a large screen, it loads and displays data tables of more than 100,000 lines easily.

Coupled with the side navigation bar, divided by group. You can quickly navigate to your keyword groups.

  • In this mode, the scroll on the page is disabled. You can scroll through the table and the lines corresponding to the keyword group freezes under the header to indicate which group you are currently in. With the navigation sidebar divided by group present, it makes it easier to navigate within groups.

infitnite-scroll-1.gif

 

Full Screen Mode

Make the most of your screen size and work as though you’re in a standard spreadsheet.

full-screen-1024x405.png

 

The ‘Pagination’ and ‘Infinite Scroll’ modes are saved in you default preferences for each project.

“List of projects” Customised View

You can filter your project list according to one or more groups that you have previously configured. And this filter can be saved in a user's display preferences. And so you can display the group(s) you are interested in without having to re-filter the view each time.

Capture_d_e_cran_2021-04-09_a__14.18.30.png

Capture_d_e_cran_2021-04-09_a__14.19.38.png

This is a great tip for SEO agencies for example, that have about 50 managers – each with their own filter configuration preferences since you don’t work on the same clients. 

It’s interesting to configure the project lists in such a way, that you see only the groups that interest you without having to reconfigure the list each time.

For example : 1 project group per project manager or 1 group per client

Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful

Comments

0 comments

Please sign in to leave a comment.