Lists and tables
Use lists and tables to display items that users can highlight and open. If the list is long, items are fetched and displayed in batches. When users reach the last item in the list, the next batch of items displays at the end of the list.
Use a simple list to easily display text in rows.
Use a rich list to easily display rows of text and icons. Currently, rich lists only display information and are not interactive.
If you want to present items in columns and rows, use a table.
You can group items under headers to help users navigate through long lists. For example, you can create headers that collapse, making it easier for users to find items in the list.
You can also group items under headers that always appear at the top of the list. For example, you can add a date as a header and group messages received on that date under the header. Users can highlight a header to perform an action on the group of items or they can use shortcut keys to move through the list.
Users can perform the following actions in lists and tables: