The total row, which is the sum of all list/row items in the table is by default displayed at the bottom of the table. Is there a way to pull this "Total" row at the top, just below the header? I am using the table for Resource planning resource names are in columns and the list of rows are tasks, but I also have PTO and Available Hours as rows below the header. I would like to get the Total Rows up on the top along with PTO and Available hours rows so I can see them all in one place to see the hours planned, spent and PTO.
Hi @Pankaj Sharma ,
There is no option to display the total row at the top of a table. I've added your vote for this feature in our backlog.
Regarding adding total rows for the main tasks, you can try the Pivot Table or Table Transformer macros. You can submit a request at our Support Portal and give us an example of your source table. We'll help you find the solution.
I tested a bit and have to say, I didn't find this option to set the "Total" at the top of a table.
The macro doesn't have this feature. I think what you could do is to ask the vendor with a support ticket.
I've added the macro in the tags, so the developer of the plugin will read this.
Hope this helps,
@Dominic Lagger Thanks. Also, if you can add one more request. Can the "Totals" be displayed at row level. E.g. I have a row with main task and underneath that there are child tasks as multiple rows and again a main task and multiple child tasks. Can each main Task row display the Total roll-up of child-tasks? Basically an option to have totals at row level with selected rows roll-up.
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