Maximize a card on a board

You can maximize a card so that it fills your board. This enables you to focus on the expanded card and delve into the data in greater detail.

This procedure is to maximize a card on a board. You can also expand a card on a worksheet.

You can maximize any type of card.

For example, the Revenue chart on this board contains quite a lot of detail:

A board that displays a grid on the left and a line chart on the right. Seven series are tracked on the chart and it's difficult to distinguish the different lines.

If you expand the chart card, it is much easier to read:

A line chart maximized to fill the board. The individual lines and data points can be easily identified.

If you maximize a grid card, you can search, sort, filter and export the data on the card. Your sorts and filters only apply to that card and persist if you minimize the card again.

Note: The context selectors that apply only to that card display on the card itself. All other context selectors display at the top of the page. This includes context selectors for cards where you have disabled synchronization from the card to the global context.

Maximize a card

To maximize a card on a board:

  1. Hover your mouse cursor over the card you want to maximize.
    The maximize icon (two arrows that point away from each other) displays.
A board with a grid and a field card. The mouse cursor hovers over an icon on the grid card that displays two arrows that point outwards. A message displays the word Maximize above the icon.
  1. Click the maximize icon.
    The card expands to fill the page and the maximize icon changes to a minimize icon (two arrows pointing towards each other). If the card is a grid card, the search, sort, filter, and export icons display.
A board with a grid card maximized to fill the page. The mouse cursor hovers over an icon in the top right, which displays two arrows that point towards each other. A message displays the word Minimize to the left of the icon.

To minimize the card, click the minimize icon.