I have a table that users need to interact with (insideweb application), at the most basic level they need to place a checkmark which shows that an item is available on a product. If it were so simple it wouldn't be a problem. However, they also can make a number of other notations for that checkmark.
These are boolean flags on the checkmarks. Currently there will be 3 boolean flags for each checkmark.
The users' input to this screen is a spreadsheet where they will map a set of codes into these three boolean flags. Because all the information is contained in the spreadsheet it would be nice to see all the information together and not to split all the booleans into different view. However, I'm concerned that it would be too much information for one view - hence the splitting into one view for each boolean flags.
So, here's one idea of how the views could be shown, but I'd like to hear of other ideas or similar UI that might provide some inspiration!
The first image is just the simple view of adding checkmarks:
When the user wants to see/set a boolean flag they can click on that flag radio button above, which changes the view and allows them to change those flags. (The B is there to use something different than the checkmark.)