Workspace administrators use list properties to store additional information relating to list items, such as formulas and data tags. For example, you can use a list property to create display names for list items in numbered lists.

Create any lists you might need in the General Lists pane.

To create a list property:

  1. In the General Lists pane, select a list, then select Open.
  2. Go to the Properties tab.
    If you want to insert new properties in a specific place, select a property to insert before or after.
    If you do not select a property, and there are existing properties, the first is selected by default.
  3. Select Insert.
  4. Type a name for the list property.
    To create extra list properties, type each list property on a new line.
  5. Select:
    • Before or After to add the list property before or after a selected list property.
      This option only displays if there's already properties in the list.
    • Start or End to add the list property to the start or end of the list.
  6. Select OK.
    The property is added as a new row in the Properties tab.

You can view and amend the property's attributes under these columns:

Column nameDescription
FormatSelect the list property's data format.

Add a formula to the list property.

For example, you can use formulas in list properties to preserve list item names before you convert a list to a numbered list.

Data TagsAssign data tags to the list property.
NotesAdd notes to the list property.
Referenced ByView any line items that reference the list property in a formula