Learn about the “Field list” page where you can see a list of all the fields in Drupal.
If you want to see which fields have been created, you can see them by clicking on the “Manage fields” button on this page. So let’s go ahead and click on “Manage fields” on the product content type. And here, you can see all the fields which we have attached to the product content type. But what if you want to see all the fields on your Drupal site, which are attached not only to other content types, but to other entity types? Luckily, there is a page which shows us all the fields, which have been created in your Drupal site. To view this page, just go to “Reports” and then click on “Field list.” And from this page, you can see all the fields in Drupal. So in the first column, we have the field name, and then in the second, we have which entity type the field is attached to. And you can see most of them are attached to the node entity type.
So that would be the fields on content types, but we also have a field or two on the user entity, comment, and also block_content. And then in the next column, we have the field type. This will tell us if the field is a “Text (formatted, long, with summary)” or an image field, text field, list field, and so on. And then in the last column, it tells us which bundle the field is attached to. So if we were to click on “Product” on the price field, it will take us directly to the “Manage fields” page. So if you want to see all of the available fields on your site, then come to the “Field list” page.