Page Designer Block issues

Hello,

I amtrying to use the Page Designer block to print a branded schedule, however I am having a few issues:

  • I can’t seem to upload the logo (even after creating an image URL) to the page?
  • I can’t seem to change the display settings so that all records print on one page in a table?

Would someone please be able to provide some advice?

Many thanks,

Maddie

What you mean with creating an image URL? You must add an image element to the page, and then fill an URL pointing to the image.

Here you go:

Thanks for your response Elias but I have tried changing "records in a specific view and it won’t allow me to create a table using this? Do you have any advice… I am currently trying to print the ‘schedule’ tab on the event planning schedule template.

Really appreciate any advice.

Design the individual record ‘page’, then select “Records in View” option, and set a bigger size for the real page (so several records fit in a paper page). And use the “In a Grid” record layout, and you should get this:

Oh, and in case I missunderstood you, you can also print the actual Grid View:

Hi Elias,

How do you print the actual grid view with the company logo and a header at the top of the page?

Even when I select multiple records per page in page designer it still puts one record per page

The record and the page has the same size? In that case you get as many records as fits in the page :smile:

Why do you want to do that? What is your use case?

Or maybe you have set “One record per page”. Anyway, I don’t see any content, how do you know there is just one record per page?

I’ve recordedr a video:

Hi Elias,

I am trying to print this schedule page so that I can send it to clients.

I would like to print it as it appears in the grid view, but would like to be able to put our company logo on the top.

Hopefully this makes more sense.

Thank you again for your help!

Cheers,

Maddie

Ideas:

  1. Embed the View in a webpage and add the logo at the top. Then share the web URL
  2. Print the Grid view and add the logo in Photoshop or any other editor :sweat_smile:
  3. You could link all the records to an auxiliary Record on a new Table (i.e. All Sessions). From there, you could create a Page Designer block, add that master record and the logo at the top.

The last thing that @Elias_Gomez_Sainz suggested is definitely what I would do! Link all the records to one record on a new table, and use that record for page designer.

You may also want to add some formula fields to convert the linked record and select fields to plain text. In my opinion it looks cleaner and allows more space, as the blue rectangles from the linked record fields will cause the table rows to be much taller than needed.