If you deal with lots of records in your account, you may have wondered whether it's possible to have more than 50 records displayed per page.
If possible, we recommended that you set up the folder structure in your account so you don't have too many records in one particular folder. Click here to see some ideas on setting up a folder structure.
When editing or inspecting records, you can select all records on the page by clicking the small square in the top left, underneath the New folder button.
Use the page number menu at the bottom of the page to move on to the next page.
Remember, you can do reports and certificates for a whole folder or multiple folders in one go. So even if you need to include over 50 records, you can still print one certificate in a few clicks to evidence inspections. Follow the article link below for detailed instructions.
We appreciate that it can be frustrating working page by page but limiting the number of records per page to 50 balances efficiency with performance in the Papertrail application.
You can actually increase the number of records on one page by editing the url. In the navigation bar at the top of the page, delete the number 50 and replace with the number that you want.
However, in general the higher the number, the slower the app performance. Dealing with so many records in one go could overload your session depending on how fast your internet connection is, and getting a blank screen or app crash is a lot more frustrating in our experience than steady progress.
See related articles:
- What sort of report can I produce in Papertrail?
- How to print or export record or folder details
- Why does my app keep crashing?
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