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Heather_Hale
6 - Interface Innovator
6 - Interface Innovator

HOW can we HIDE or MOVE the "Uncategorized” column on a Kanban view embedded on a website?

Use Case:

I’m a Film & TV Producer with an option on a novel.

If you look at: Hardcastle - Heather Hale Productions you’ll see we have embedded a public-facing “Casting Strategies” character short lists that links to an Airtable Kanban.

UNfortunately “UNcategorized" is the most prominent LEFT column. ;-/

Even though it is collapsed, I would much prefer if we could hide it or somehow filter it so that if/when that column is empty, it won’t show at all.

Worst case scenario, if we could at least move it all the way to the far right, it’d be less prominent, less distracting and a little more forgivable (design/use wise).

Any ideas?

Suggestions?

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THANK YOU!

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I agree that it’s a problem, but Airtable has not been interested in providing a solution. You can email them at support@airtable.com to request this, but they typically ignore user feature requests because “they know better”. :roll_eyes:

So there are no solutions to that problem with Airtable alone.

You would be required to use external tools to solve that problem. I would probably take a look at Softr.io and Glide.

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Heather_Hale
6 - Interface Innovator
6 - Interface Innovator

Thanks Scott! I’m at my bandwidth with apps and daisy-chained solutions! LOL! I’m already engaging WordPress to link to Airtable. I guess we’ll just have to deal. But thank you!

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I agree that it’s a problem, but Airtable has not been interested in providing a solution. You can email them at support@airtable.com to request this, but they typically ignore user feature requests because “they know better”. :roll_eyes:

So there are no solutions to that problem with Airtable alone.

You would be required to use external tools to solve that problem. I would probably take a look at Softr.io and Glide.

Heather_Hale
6 - Interface Innovator
6 - Interface Innovator

Thanks Scott! I’m at my bandwidth with apps and daisy-chained solutions! LOL! I’m already engaging WordPress to link to Airtable. I guess we’ll just have to deal. But thank you!