Working With Views and Feeds → Using Activity Views → Creating Activity Views
To create an activity view:
Hover over a field in the palette, and then click the plus (+) sign.
Hover over a field, and then click the minus (-) sign.
Drag and drop filters to place them in the order they should appear in the view.
You can add and remove filters from personal views and shared views. The filters appear as tabs at the top of the view. If you are not the owner of a shared view, you can add filters and remove filters you added, but you cannot remove filters added by the view owner.
The list of available fields that you can use for filters and the Sort menu is primarily determined by the activity view's context and the feeds included in the view:
Choose system fields that are shown as tabs when you run the activity view and have not yet drilled-down to a specific application in that view. This option is available for activity views for the All or application group contexts.
By default, the Application, Owner, and Submitter fields are shown. You can remove the Owner and Submitter fields, but not the Application field.
Choose system fields that are shown as tabs when you drill-down to a specific application that is part of an activity view that encompasses multiple applications.
By default, the Owner, Submitter, State, and Project fields are used.
If you do not select fields for a specific application, the generic application fields are used.
The blue circle indicates that filters have been customized for that context.
You can choose which fields to show for each work item in the list. If your view spans multiple applications, you can choose to show different fields for work items for each application.
You can add and remove display fields from your personal views and shared views. If you are not the owner of a shared view, you can add fields and remove fields you added, but you cannot remove fields added by the view owner.
The list of available fields that you can use to customize the work item list is determined by the activity view's context and the feeds included in the view:
Choose system fields that are shown for work items from applications where you have not applied display fields. This option is available for activity views in the All or application group contexts.
For either context, you can also choose to show the special Last Updated and Last Transition fields. Note that the values for these fields default to the item's Submitter value if the Last Modifier and Last State Changer system fields have not been added to the application.
The blue circle indicates that display fields have been customized for that context.
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