- Auto Save: You can enable/disable Auto Save using Super Grid. On Contrary, Editable Grid in D365 doesn’t support this.
- Editable Fields: Certain fields like Status and Status Reason are editable using Super Grid but not with Editable Grid in D365.
4. Publish Customizations: In case of Super Grid, you need not publish when certain customizations are done, but it’s quite opposite in Editable Grid for D365.
6. Editing Data Types: In Super Grid you can edit data types such as State, State Reason and Customer whereas it’s not possible in Editable Grid for D365.
7. Inactive Fields: Inactive fields in Editable for D365 are locked and cannot be edited whereas the same can be editable in Super Grid except for Status and Status Reason. Super Grid gives option to lock all fields from editable too.
8. In-line Editing Views: In-line editing can be restricted for Views using Super Grid settings, but the same is not possible with Editable Grid for D365. By default, in-line editing is applied to all views.
9. Read Only Mode: Super Grid gives you the flexibility to change record fields to read only mode. The same is not possible with Editable Grid for D365.
10. Dashboards & Forms: Super Grid is configurable on Dashboards and Forms whereas it is restricted in case of Editable Grid for D365.
Considering the above points, Super Grid still extends a lot of flexibility in terms of excel-like editing and supersedes Editable Grid for D365.
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