You can control the columns appearance in the Event List by clicking the up-arrow-head next to the header.
Figure 80. Formatting Columns From the Event List
Available options are:
Event List.— moves the column left or right in the
Format Panel to add columns or resize their width; see it depicted in Figure 76, “Format Panel”. This panel can also be used to set Field Data Types.— opens the
You can also fit the column to the content, clicking the border between the columns' headers in the Event List to enlarge/reduce the size by dragging the header.
Field Data Types
Figure 80, “Formatting Columns From the Event List”; it assigns a data type to fields' names so that when fields are added in the list they will carry this formatting or data type with them — that is, the change will affect how data is displayed in the Event List.is one of the options available from the menu depicted in
Available data types are:
1500000will be displayed as
Figure 81. JSON Formatting Type
An Invalid value error message is shown in the string in case of unsupported data format.
47m 12s ago.
3000is shown as
1655110503000is shown as
2022-06-13 10:55:03.000. This is the default format for fields @timestamp and @ingesttimestamp.
Event List, rather than the standard format type for that field. These settings will never override the formatting chosen for any dashboard or widget already configured with different data types.saves the selected format as the default for that field, so that the data type previously chosen is kept when the field is removed and re-added in the