These are the number formatting options that can be selected. The full list is: no format, number, abbreviated number, dollar, percentage, and time (days, hours, etc).
This specifies the number of decimal places on the value.
This specifies the number of significant digits that should be used, in the case that the format is
This specifies the time configuration if the selected format of the value is time. The options are: Standard, Abbreviated, and Custom.
This specifies if separators (depending on internationalization) should be used for values over 999.
This specifies a numerical multiplier for the value.
This specifies a unit for the value, e.g. hours, orders, etc.
The following are the formatting options available for strings in tables.
This is the default string format. No modifications are made, the string will appear exactly as it is in the dataset.
Each unique string will be tagged with a different color, the default color palette will appear below the format section, and the color for each category can be updated.
Cells formatted as links will allow users to navigate to other pages from a row in a table. Choosing
you to specify custom text that will appear in each row for that column as the display for the underlying link.
will allow to pick another column within the dataset as the display for the underlying link.
Cells that have image urls can be formatted to display the image in the table with this format option. You can also select the shape of the image, either circle or square.
Dates within tables are also fully customizable. Choose either a preset date format option, or choose
input a date format. Read more about date format options here