# Runs table overview#

In the runs table, you can see all the runs of the project in one place.

Each time you track a run with neptune.init_run(), it's added to the top of the table.

The leftmost column shows the Neptune ID and the status of the run. The eye icon () indicates whether the run is included in the comparison views.

## Searching and filtering runs#

You can query runs by any field.

In the Search or filter runs input box above the table:

1. Start typing the name of a field. For example, tags.
2. Click on a field in the list, or highlight it and hit Enter.
3. Choose an operator from the list.
4. Choose a value:
1. Directly type in a value to use.
2. From the value list, select one or more options and click Done when finished (you can also hit Ctrl + Enter or Cmd + Enter).

Tips

• To add further queries, keep typing in the input box.
• To edit a value, click on the query. To edit the operator, hit Backspace.
• To remove the entire query, click the cross icon ().

Once you're satisfied with the filter, you can save it as a custom view by clicking Save view as new. It can then be accessed by anyone viewing the project.

## Configuring runs table columns#

Apart from filtering, you can customize the table view to your liking in a number of ways.

The columns are arranged in three groups: Pinned columns, regular columns, and suggested columns.

• The pinned columns determine which fields are included in the legend box when comparing multiple runs, for example, in charts. To pin a column, drag it inside the greyed area.
• You can sort the table by any added (pinned or regular) column, as well as configure the column label, color, and numerical format. All added columns are also featured in the side-by-side comparison view.
• To add suggested columns, click the plus icon () of the column.
• To hide suggested columns from the table, select the vertical dots menu () and toggle off Show suggested columns.

Once you're satisfied with the table, you can save it as a custom view by clicking Save view as new. It can then be accessed by anyone viewing the project.

More things you can do in the runs table