The Database table page contains multiple controls to make it easy for you to create, edit, and view your tables. Let's go over these controls.
Hide Fields: Clicking on this shows a list of the different columns of the Database table. There is a toggle on the right which can be used to hide columns from the view.
2. Show JSON: This is the way your Database table is represented in JSON.
3. Indexes: Indexing is a way of sorting a number of records on multiple fields. You can read more about Indexes here.
4. API Endpoints: This is the list of API Endpoints that are associated with this Database table.
5. More Actions(ellipsis icon): This is a drop-down with one action(for now). Keyboard Shortcuts: This is a list of the current keyboard shortcuts that are used to manipulate the Database table spreadsheet.
There are additional controls under the More Actions(ellipsis icon) in the upper right.
Settings: In the Table Settings, you can edit the Title, the description, and the Authentication of the table. You can also delete the table. Title: name of the table. Description: internal description about the table. Authentication: disabled(default) or enabled. If this is enabled then any time the table is accessed, users can be authenticated by using information stored in that database. Trash icon: delete the table.
There are Column controls as well. Click on a Column header and a dropdown will appear. Hide: Hide can toggle the visibility of the Column. Rename: Rename can be used to change the name of the Column. Change Type: Change type can be used to change the Data Type and structure. Settings: Settings can be used to change the description, API access(public, private, internal), can be nullable (yes/no), and is required(yes/no). Delete: Delete can be used to delete the Column.