Similar to functions seen with Excel, the table element allows you to work with formulas as well as conditional formatting in a range of cells. Along with other features, you are also able to visualize your data using different chart formats.


  1. In this area you can give the table a name by entering text into the cell at the top of the table element; otherwise, it will be given a default name of "Labfolder Table".
  2. To save your table, click on the Save icon in the top-right corner of the block. To discard the changes, click on the X icon next to it.
  3. In the menu you have the choice between:
    1. File: Here you have the possibility to export the table in different file types (.ssjson, .js, .csv, .pdf and .xlsx).
    2. Home: Hereby you will get the overview shown in the screenshot. More detailed explanations of the possible functions here can be found in point 4.
    3. Insert: By clicking on this button you have the possibility to insert additional tables, charts, pictures, shapes, pictures of areas in your table taken with the camera, barcodes, hyperlinks and sparklines.
    4. Formulas: Here you have the possibility to insert formulas and use functions.
    5. Data: This section enables the use of filters and other tools for sorting as well as validating datasets.
    6. View: Here you can find the settings for the display of the spreadsheet.
    7. Settings: Here you can find the table settings.
  4. When Home is selected you can access here the main functions, such as font, number format, alignment of the text, merging cells and colors for font as well as the background. Depending on the chosen button in the menu this area varies and shows different options.
  5. This area shows the currently selected cell.
  6. Formulas or functions can be inserted here.
  7. Area to fill in the data.