Help your users navigate large numbers of nested entries by creating a navigational tree layout with expandable branches. Navigational tree layouts source data from a page list property, and reflect the structure of the source.
For example, you want to build a navigational tree that displays the names of all company employees by hierarchy. You already have an EmployeeList list property that holds that information. You also want to be able to click an entry to view detailed employee data in a pane below the navigational tree. For this purpose, you also created a ShowDetails flow action that references the Details section that holds the data.
Search for and open an existing section.
If the section is based on a template, in the section editor header, click convert to full section editor, and then confirm the conversion.
On the Design tab, expand the Structural list, and then drag Navigational tree onto the work area.
In the Navigational tree header, click the View properties icon.
In the Layout properties window, on the General tab, specify the key settings:
In the List field, enter the name of the list property from which you want to source data.
In the Conditions section, define visibility for the tree and its branches.For more information, see Defining conditions in the condition builder.
In the Header and footer section, define visibility conditions for the header and footer of the tree layout.
In the Pagination format field, define how the application displays page numbers in the layout.
On the Operations tab, define how the user can interact with the data in the layout:
In the Row operations section, define row editing settings.
In the Grid operations section, define additional settings for your layout.
On the section form, click Save.
- Modifying the presentation options of the navigational tree layout
Define the look and behavior of the navigational tree layout in your user interface to build an intuitive application that meets your business needs.