Invisible

This attribute accepts "true" or "false".  It can be applied to a View and all the child elements of <Fields>.

Examples:
<View Id="Staff" TableId="Content" Name="Staff" Invisible="true" Purpose="This View is not visible to users.  It is used in code to generate a list of links to Staff Bios on the About Page">
...
</View>
The code above creates an Staff View which is not Visible to Users and does not appear on the Contacts Menu.  It exists to use with Data Helpers to create a list of links on a Site's 'About Us' Page.
 
<View Id="Employees" TableId="Content" Name="Employees">
...
<Column Id="Title" Type="VarChar" Length="255" Important="true"/>
...
</View>

The Code above hides the Last Name Field from records opened using the Employees View.

Using Invisible="true" is useful when you do not want a field to display - but you don't want to remove it from the View.

Unlike removed fields, invisible fields can be used in View sorting and filtering.