Ever since sub-summary parts started working in Browse mode, developers have been using them to enhance list layouts. The catch? Find mode.
If you place a field in a sub-summary part, the user is unable to enter the field in Find mode since it is not in the body part. So while the technique adds functionality in one mode, it removes it from another.
Watch this short video and learn how conditional formatting and field behavior can solve the issue. With “hidden” fields and “no entry” in Browse mode, you preserve the beauty of Browse mode and keep the functionality of Find mode.