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This won't replace Queries as we are only displaying attributes form the 'system' table. Queries can display anything you like. But it will enable your users to show the attributes they most care about in their default device listing.

By default (config → devices_default_retrieve_columns) we retrieve the following attributes:, system.uuid,, system.ip, system.hostname, system.dns_hostname, system.domain, system.dns_domain, system.dbus_identifier, system.fqdn, system.dns_fqdn, system.description, system.type, system.icon, system.os_group, system.os_family, system.os_name, system.os_version, system.manufacturer, system.model, system.serial, system.form_factor, system.status, system.environment, system.class, system.function, system.org_id, system.location_id, system.snmp_oid, system.sysDescr, system.sysObjectID, system.sysUpTime, system.sysContact, system.sysName, system.sysLocation, system.first_seen, system.last_seen, system.last_seen_by, system.identification

If you would like another column, just add it in the configuration.

By default (config → devices_default_display_columns) we display the following attributes:, system.icon, system.type,, system.ip, system.dns_fqdn, system.identification, system.description, system.manufacturer, system.os_family, system.status

Oh, and one more thing... In case you were wondering what the panel header with caret titled Resources (All Devices) is in the above screenshot, it drops down to show a selection of the components of devices. Clicking on an icon shows a list of all those things for all devices. On that following list you can click the individual entry and see it's details. This is limited by the config item for XXX rows at a time (the software tables can have 100's of thousands of rows, for example). See below.