You should have this result:
1 - Change the view type
By default, Awesome Table uses a table view when a new file is created.
To change the view type to a card view, use the edit mode and go to VIEW CONFIGURATION > Visualization Type > select Cards.
After selecting Cards, your view should look like this:
2 - Set the content of the card
You just learned that the Cards view will display the content of the first non-hidden column in your datasource. To bypass this, you can specify the column you would like to display by adding the "cardsContent" keyword in the second row of the relevant column.
You will find this especially useful later in this tutorial when it's time to layout your template column.
3 - Cards view settings
When "Cards" is selected, Awesome Table will display Card view-specific settings. In this tutorial, you're going to use these settings:
- # of columns: 3
- # of rows: 1
- Min card width: 160px
- Max card width: 100%