I am setting up a doc that has a data table with about 1000 rows and 10 columns. I have created a couple views of the table that are grouped by one column to show summarized values. However, these views are extremely slow to load (>5s) and navigation within the page is very delayed. Is there a way to make them faster or a better way to show summarized values for data that is growing (i.e. not a fixed number of rows in the summarized table)?
Dear @Courtney_Milligan1 , welcome to the community
Sorry for the late reply, hopeful the issue is solved.
If you still need support, the best will be to share a copy of your document to understand what could cause it being slow and to get an impression of what you want to achieve.
Looking forward for your message
Groups are slow. That’s a fact.
If you need to make your view faster, there are options, each with their own trade-offs, e.g.:
- You could have a separate table to show summarized values within rows, not groups of rows.
- You could implement a “report table” that’s populated with data through a button, in any transformed view that you’d need.
I ended up making a sort of report table that is populated with a button. The number of rows in that table is dynamic, so the button was the best solution so I could add and delete rows.