Each collection is created with 4 blank views: List, Kanban, Table, and Calendar. Additionally, you can create a Mind Map, Hierarchy, Wiki and Gantt view. You can have multiples of most of these views except mind map and hierarchy, each with a particular filter attached to them, and displayed in any order you like. If you don't use a particular view that often, you can simply delete it and it won't appear on your views menu until you add it again.
Creating a new view
To create a new view, click on the "+ New view" button at the bottom of the view menu and select one of the six available views.
Your new view's settings will open and you'll be able to rename it, add filters, and more.
Attaching a filter to a view
You can add a saved filter to a view, meaning that each time you open that view, the filter is automatically applied! This means that even if you navigate away from the page, or change views, you can return to the exact view & filter combination you want to use. To attach a filter, it needs to be a saved filter. To add a filter, click on "Edit" next to the name of the view, then click on "Attached filter". Pick a saved filter from the list.
Note: this is just a default filter applied when you first open the view. If you apply a new filter, or click on "Show all items", it will revert back to the default the next time you open the collection.
Removing a filter from a view
If you want to get rid of the filter attached to a view, open the view options by clicking on the V icon next to the view name, then click on the filter icon or on the "..." icon and click "Remove filter".
Renaming a view
You can rename views, which is especially handy if you have lots of different views and want to be able to navigate between them easily. To rename a view, click on 'Edit' next to the view name to open the view options, then double click on the view name to change it.
You can change the order in which views appear in the view menu. To do so, simply drag & drop them in the menu.
Deleting a view
To delete a view, open the view options menu, click on the "..." icon, then click "Delete" and confirm the deletion in the pop-up. Poof, it's gone.
Making a view public
You can make a view "public" which means that it will be visible to all members who have access to the collection. To make a view public, click on "Edit" next to the name of the view, then turn the "Public" toggle to the on position.
Public views will appear under your private views in the view menu.
Public views will also be optionally visible in your published collections.