How to use Conditional Formatting

Why use Conditional Formatting

Conditional Formatting allows you to set conditions on a column and change the color and/or background of a value if those conditions are met. It works much like filtering your results, but instead of filtering results out or keeping results in, you give matching results a different appearance.

How to use Conditional Formatting

  1. On the lists page click on Formatting.

  2. Click on the "Add Rule" button (1) and select your column. Set the conditions (2) for the rule. Set the color (3) for the value.

  3. Click Save & Apply and the formatting will be applied to all column values that meet your conditions.

  4. Click the "+" button to add multiple rules for the same column.

  5. You can change the priorities of your rules by dragging them in place. The rules will be applied from top to bottom.

  6. Hit Save & Apply when you are done. All rules will now be applied to your lists page.

How to enable Conditional Formatting

  1. Go to the column settings screen: Dashboard > Settings > Admin Columns
  2. Scroll down to Settings > Toggle Elements. 
  3. Here you can toggle Conditional Formatting on or off.

How to add more Color Styles

If you want to add more color combinations you can use this filter acp/conditional_format/formats . On Github you will find some color examples you can use, but you can also create your own.

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