Tables are database objects that contain all the data in a database. In tables, data is logically organized in a row-and-column format similar to a spreadsheet. Each row represents a unique record, and each column represents a field in the record. For example, a table that contains employee data for a company might contain a row for each employee and columns representing employee information such as employee number, name, address, job title, and phone number.
All tables belonging to the application are listed at the top. You can create a new table by pressing the "+" button to the right of the table names.
In the data transferred with the Excel document, each sheet is included here as a table.
You can edit the table name or delete the table by pressing the “three dots” icon next to the table names.
The “New Column” button allows you to add a new field to your table.
You can turn the visibility of the columns on and off with the "eye" icon next to it. You can also change the table view or search in this area.
You can add a new record to the table by clicking the “New Row” button.