Once you created a panel you can start customizing it.
You can find the panel settings in the sidebar navigation below the classes. Here you can rename or delete your panel. You can also update your Parse Connector (application ID & master key). In the panel settings you can also invite collaborators and administrators to this specific panel (see section 4 for more details).
You can find the class settings by clicking on edit next to the class name and then select class settings. In the class settings you can edit settings that will impact the whole class. You can change the visibility of the class in order to show or hide the whole class. Below this you can assign a label that will be used identify this class within Adminca. The most important setting is the definition of the name field. The name field is the field that identifies records in this class. When you open a record the name field will be the title of this field. When you create or view a relationship the name field is used to identify the class. Below this you can also decide if users can create, edit or delete records in the class.
You can find the field settings by clicking on edit next to the class name and then select one of the fields in the edit fields section. Here you can edit settings for one individual field at a time. To change the order in which the fields appear in the Table View you can just reorder the fields by using drag-and drop. You can change the visibility of each field in order to show or hide it. Below this you can assign a label that will be used to identify this field within this class. You can also change the type of the field, but Adminca always picks up the type that Parse uses by default. You can also set the default value which will pre-populate this field when a new record is created. If the type is set to string the predefined values will appear. You can add multiple values by simply just typing and hitting enter. These values will appear in a dropdown menu for this field when a user creates a new record or edits an existing ones. These values are also the ones that populate the entries for the filter on a column in the table view. In the Properties section you can determine the editability and searchability for this field and also make a field a required input when creating a new record.