Each table in Airtable can have any number of views. Views, as the name implies, allow you to "view" your records in different ways. For example, you may create a view that hides several fields and only shows task records that have been assigned to you. Whenever you hide or reorder fields, apply filters, or sort and reorder records, those changes will only apply to your current view. However, editing the record data or changing and deleting fields will apply to all views. Adding a new field will also make it appear in all views.
NOTEThe images in the article below alternate between the Android and iOS experiences, both versions will look much the same. We will call out any larger differences whenever necessary.
The name of the view that you are currently viewing is located in the top left-hand corner of the screen. The example below features the traditional grid view as it appears in the mobile UI.
Clicking the name of the view will open the views menu. Here you can select any of your available views, or search for one of your existing views by typing in the "Find a view" search bar:
On your iOS device, you can create, edit, and view kanban views so you can move work forward by dragging tiles across columns.
On both Andriod and iOS devices, you can also create, view, and edit gallery views to visually scroll through records.
Though you are not currently able to create new personal views within the mobile version of Airtable, you are able to show or hide everyone's personal views by clicking on the cogwheel in the upper right corner of the views sidebar.
For Android users, the UI will appear slightly different. After clicking the cogwheel you will see a view options pop-up.