Click Other in the main menu, then select Field Library from the drop-down.
The Field Library houses the custom fields you've created using the Fields Widget. There's also a dashboard that gives you an update on how many of each individual custom field type you can create; the max for each type is listed.
Your fields will appear on the right-hand side. Each info pane will show you the following information:
- The name of the field
- The date/time the field was created
- The type of field
- The CSS ID of the field
Click the button on the right to jump directly into the Field Editor so you can make changes to the selected field.
The Field Editor is where you'll make changes to your custom fields. There are three sections: Details, Default Settings, and Campaigns.
In the Details tab, you can change the Name of the field, add a Description, and add a custom Label for Exporting and Webhooks. You can also see the Field Type and what the Internal Field Name is, for your reference.
The Default Settings tab is where you can find (and change) the settings used when the selected field is chosen for a new Field Widget. These settings can be overridden when configuring the Field Widget.
The sections shown will change depending on what type of field you're configuring, but some common options will be Layout, Text, Validation, Content, and Error Messages.
The Campaigns tab is just that - a list of all the campaigns currently using the selected field. Clicking on any of the campaign names will open the clicked campaign in the Campaign Builder.
Use the Search field in the top-left corner of the page to look through your fields using a single word or phrase. The Tag field (if you are on the Agency Plan or higher) allows you to search through your entries by simply typing in a tag attached to one or more fields. Your results will automatically be displayed on the right.
To sort the fields, click the button next to the number of fields at the top. Your options are to sort your fields by Newest, Oldest, Name (A-Z), and Name (Z-A).