Journal field display limits Journal fields can greatly increase the size of task records because they allow users to enter very large string values. Display limits prevent the instance from loading the entire journal field into memory. Administrators have the option to: Set the length at which journal fields stop displaying the entire field's contents and instead only display a portion (called a preview) of the field's contents. Users can still access the field's entire contents by clicking a Show All button. Set the size of the preview text the journal field displays. Set the maximum number of journal entries journal fields can display. Note: In UI16, you cannot place another field in between a journal field and the activities formatter. The Activity Stream is built to keep journal fields stacked on top of the activity formatter. Set the maximum display size for journal fieldsYou can set the maximum display size for journal fields by adding a system property.Set the journal preview sizeWhen a journal field exceeds the size of the glide.max_journal_list_size property, the instance displays a preview rather than the field's entire contents.Set the maximum number of journal entriesTo set the maximum number of entries the system shows in the activity formatter, edit the following system property. The activity formatter displays the entries starting with the most recent entry up to the maximum number.