We're discussing in my office about having a table where every row is clickable and used for navigation. Is that a good idea?
The context is: "Users" are involved in "projects", a "project" contains multiple "campaigns", a "campaign" contains multiple "points".
What do you think about the tab "campaign" containing a table with the information about the different campaigns, and each row being clickable to jump directly to the table of points. In that case, some style could be added, like putting the name of the campaign as a link, to make clear that it's clickable.
We're specifically discussing whether it is intuitive or not to click on a row of a table to navigate. I attach an image of how the table and the whole interface looks like.
The other proposal is: "if you want to go see the points associated with a particular campaign, you click on the tab points (the one below "Campañas", which is Spanish for campaigns)"