Orgzit provides a wide range of features to increase the overall efficiency and productivity of an organization. You can streamline and automate your business operations and accelerate your business with flexible workflows that match your business process.

Using Orgzit's Android App, you can leverage Orgzit's power of automation and collaboration on your android device too!

Field Sections

Field Sections group together data fields to keep your data more organized. These are used to group together similar data and information.

Note: If you have the access level of an Administrator or Manager, you can create and manage Field Sections from the WebApp's Table Manage page.

For instance, if you have an Orders table with 20 data fields, all storing very important information about an order but in a random manner without any segregation, it'll become very difficult for you to view and find some specific information. To organize these 20 data fields, you can create Field Sections to group the information. You can create different sections for customer details, order details, billing details, etc.

Child Records

Child Records are records in the related child table. For instance, if you connect an Orders table with a Customers table, using a Customers relationship field in the Orders table to link every Order to a Customer, the Orders table can be referred to as the child table to the Customers table. Now, for every Customer, you may have one or more records in the Order table, which can be referred to as the Child Records.

Within the Orgzit Android App, you can view the child records in the expanded view of your record. It saves the time and effort required to move in between the tables for related information. This means that when you open a Customer Record, you'll be able to view the Order records of that customer(if any) within the Customer Record expanded view.

By clicking on a Child Record, you can also move directly to it and view all the details.

Records Count

This shows the count of records in your table and the number of records being viewed at an instance at the bottom of the table records


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