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Filters are one of the primary features of data tables. By using filters, you can quickly find the data you are looking for.  Filters specify the criteria to use when deciding which rows of data to display in a data table.  For example, you might add a filter to an Animals data table view so only animals with a status of Available are displayed, or animals that were adopted in a certain date range.

Where do I find it?

You can add and remove filters on a custom data table view by selecting the custom data table view in the Views drop down, clicking the Edit this data table view button , and then looking in the Filters section.

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Add a filter to a custom data table view

To add filters to a custom data table view:

  1. Select your custom data table view, and click on the edit this data table view button. 

  2. Click the Add a Filter to this View link to add a filter to this custom data table view.

  3. Make a selection in the Fields drop-down menu.
  4. Select equals or not equal in the Operation drop-down menu.
  5. Select Criteria.
  6. Click Save Filter.

The example above is what it would look like to create a custom filter for all submitted forms assigned to a specific volunteer.

This custom view is now available to quickly select in the data table as Views: Assigned to Michelle


Edit a data table view filter

You can edit a filter to change the operation, criteria, or even the field itself.

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to edit a data table view filter:

  1. Click the Edit this filter icon next to the filter you want to modify.
  2. Select the Field from the Fields drop-down menu.
  3. Select the Operation in the Operation drop-down menu.
  4. Enter or select the Criteria status.
  5. Click Save View Filter.

Remove a filter from a data table view

To remove a filter from a view click the Delete this filter button next to the filter you want to remove.

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