Useful Filters

As the number of queries increases, you may find that you only want to see queries which are relevant to you.

Here’s the Filter section of the Main Query Screen:

Changing drop list selections and checkboxes changes which queries are displayed in the Query list.

Project Name
If you’re involved in multiple projects, select a project from the Project drop list that you’re interested in to view only those queries.

Queries Involving Me
Check ‘Queries Involving Me’ to see all the queries that you have created or answered.
You’ll see queries that do not necessarily require your attention.

You can also click on the Query list column headings to sort the queries, just like Microsoft Excel.

Include Interface Response
It is now possible to show/hide all responses to a query below the query on the main query list screen. This information can be printed and exported.

You can also use the free text "search" field at the top of the screen to look for any text which appears anywhere in a query, perhaps an asset tag, or staff member – this is useful as the number of queries grows.

The text "search" function on the main list screen has been extended to include all query responses in the search, instead of the information from the first response only.

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