SharePoint lists and libraries can show the data in different
ways in different views. The default view, created by SharePoint,
is called "All Items" in lists and "All Documents" in libraries.
It is a basic view , but you can create new views and use
filters, styles and grouping to arrange data in ways that
suit your organization.
In a few articles Peter Kalmström, CEO and Systems Designer
of kalmstrom.com Business Solutions, will explain how to
work with views. He uses a SharePoint document library where
created two new columns, Year and Type of document.
You can create new views in all SharePoint lists and libraries
except in the
OneDrive for Business default library. Each view is
a separate .aspx page that can be linked to, opened in a
new tab, customized and so on.
Peter uses the classic app interface in his demos, but you
can create views in the modern interface also. Modern: Arrange the view as you want it and then select
'Save view as' under the View selector. Classic: Click on the ellipsis and select 'Create View'.
In both interfaces you can also open the library/list settings
and click on 'Create view'.
The demo below shows how to create a new view where one
of the columns has a filter.