As we saw in the previous chapter, we registered our model classes to the administration interface using the following methods:
We can also customize several aspects of the administration pages. Let's learn about this by example. The tweet listing page displays the string representation of each tweet, as we can see in the following screenshot:
Wouldn't this page be more useful if it were to display the name of the user who has posted the tweet, as well as the time of posting, in separate columns? It turns out that implementing this functionality ...