# Workspace totals

In Freeform tables, a total row appears at each breakdown level and can show two totals:

**Grand Total**(gray ‘out of’ number) - this total represents all hits that have been collected, sometimes referred to as ‘report suite total’. When a segment is applied either at the panel level or within the freeform table, this total adjusts to reflect all hits that match the segment criteria.**Table Total**(black number) - this total is typically equal to or a subset of the Grand Total. It reflects any table filters applied within the freeform table, including the Include None option.

## Display Total Setting display-total

Under **Column Settings**, there are options to **Show Totals** and **Show Grand Total**. If these settings are unchecked, totals will be removed from the table. This may be desired in cases where totals don’t make sense, for instance, in certain calculated metric scenarios.

## Static Row Total settings static-row-total

Static row totals behave differently, and are controlled under **Row Settings**.

**Show sum of current rows as the total**- this shows a client-side sum of the rows in the table which means the total will**not**de-duplicate metrics like visits or visitors.**Show Grand Total**- this shows a server-side sum, which means the total will de-duplicate metrics like visits or visitors.

## Frequently asked questions

Questions

Answer

Which ‘total’ are the gray column percentages based on?

This depends on the **Percentages** setting selection under **Row Settings**:

- Calculate percentages by column - This is the default setting. Percentages will be based on the Table Total.
- Calculate percentages by row - Percentages will be based on the Grand Total.

How does the

**Include Unspecified (None)**setting impact totals?If the

**Include Unspecified (None)**setting is unchecked, the None/Unspecified row will be removed from the table, the Table Total, and will carry through to any calculated metrics that use ‘Total’ metric typesWhen custom table filters are applied to a freeform table, do all of my calculated metrics and conditional formatting account for the filter?

Not currently. **Include Unspecified (None)** will be accounted for, but custom table filters will not impact the following:

- The column max/min range that conditional formatting uses will look across all data.
- Calculated metrics that leverage
**Grand Total**metric types. - Calculated metrics with functions that calculate across rows in a freeform table - i.e. Column Sum, Column max, Column min, Count, Mean, Median, Percentile, Quartile, Row Count, Standard Deviation, Variance, Cumulative, Cumulative Average, Regression variants, T-Score, T-Test, Z-Score, Z-Test.

In calculated metrics, what does the

**Grand Total**metric type reflect?**Grand Total**continues to refer to the

**Grand Total**, and does not reflect filters applied to a table or the

**Table Total**.

What total is shown when data is either copied and pasted from a freeform table or downloaded via CSV?

The total row will reflect the

**Table Total**only and respects the column**Show Totals**setting.recommendation-more-help

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