Enter text into the search box underneath the column header you wish to filter. This will instantly filter inline and can be done on multiple columns simultaneously and offer your dashboard users the most flexible way of filtering their rows based on column values. To enable Inline Filtering, open the configure screen within the extension. Under the Data tab click on the dimension(s) you wish to have an inline filter. Halfway down you will see ‘filter style’, click on ‘Wildcard Match’ to have the inline filter activated on your table. Alternatively, within the configure screen under the Appearance tab under the Layout Options header, you can tick the ‘Enable quick filters’ which will give every column an inline filter.
Dragging and dropping headers into the grouping bar will allow the users to drill down on their data. To enable this feature, go to the configuration screen under the Appearance tab, under the Layout Options header you can tick the ‘Enable group bar’. Also, within the Appearance tab under Behaviour options, you will see ‘Use multiple columns for grouping’ this will group all the columns you wish to drill down in a group within the view.
Click, drag and drop any header along the columns to change the order. It’s as simple as that!
Click, drag and drop any column header outside the container to remove that column from the view. The column can be made visible again via the columns option in the sidebar of SuperTables.
Click on a header to sort the rows in an ascending order. Click again for a descending order, a further click will bring you back to the original sorting order. You can also select a secondary sorting column, just hold the Shift key while clicking the second column header. For example,