Add a View

Basic Information
The unique identifier of the view; it is only important for overridden views and views that modules or themes will need to use. Only alphanumeric and _ allowed here
Only the checked roles will be able to see this view in any form; if no roles are checked, access will not be restricted.
A description of the view for the admin list.
If checked this view will be provided as a page. If not checked, the fields in this group will be ignored.
Enter the URL to use for this view in the form of 'dir/dir'. Do not begin or end the URL with a /. Example: 'view/tracker'. This is required if providing a page view. You can also add $arg as a placeholder for arguments passed in the URL, for example 'user/$arg/tracker' or 'node/$arg/related'. Note that any arguments listed here will be required, even if they are listed as optional below. You do not need to list arguments at the end of the path. Do not try to use URLs such as taxonomy/term/$arg.
How the nodes should be displayed to the user.
The title that be shown at the top of the view. May be blank. This title ignores arguments; if you want your title to take arguments into account, use the "title" field in the arguments section.
If checked this query may be multiple pages. If not checked this query will be one page.
If checked the breadcrumb trail for this page will discard "Home". Usually you will not set this, but this is used for the Front Page View, where it IS Home and should not leave a trail to itself.
The number of nodes to display per page. If 0, all nodes will be displayed. If not using a pager, this will be the maximum number of nodes in the list.
NameLabelHandlerOptionSortableDefault SortOps
Node: Type
The Node Type field will display the type of a node (for example, 'blog entry', 'forum post', 'story', etc)
Node: Title
Display the title of the node.
Node: Author Name
This will display the author of the node.
Comment: Count
This will display the comment count.
Comment: Last Comment Time
This will display the last comment time.

Add Field

Fields are only meaningful with List view and Table View; they allow you to choose which fields are presented and in what order.

Argument TypeDefaultTitleOptionWildcardWildcard SubOps
User: UID is Author
The User ID argument allows users to filter to nodes authored by the specified user ID.

Add Argument

Arguments are parsed directly from the URL. They are not necessary to any given view, but allow flexibility.

Node: Published
Filter by whether or not the node is published. This is recommended for most Views!

Add Filter

Filters allow you to select a subset of all the nodes to display. All Filters are ANDed together.

Sort Criteria
Comment: Last Comment Date
This will allow you to sort by the date of the most recent comment on a node.

Add criteria