This article provides an overview of views within Airtable—what they are, why they're important, and how to make new ones. This article is primarily focused on grid views—to learn more about our other view types, please see the articles for creating forms, calendar views, gallery views, and grouped records.
You may also want to read a related article on sharing or embedding a view on your website.
Users on Airtable's Pro and Enterprise plans have access to two premium view features that allow for greater control over view configurations in a team context: locked views and personal views. To learn more, please see the articles on locked views and personal views.
Each view can have its own configuration to hide, sort, and filter records.
If your base has a lot of views, it may be helpful for you to use the view search bar. When you click on dropdown arrow for the view switcher, you can enter a query where it says "Find a view" to find the view you're looking for.