|Advanced filtering system|
|Written by Administrator|
|Wednesday, 29 October 2008 06:23|
Define any number of filters (private or public) and apply them on your task records. you change filters at run-time in no time!
InTask has powerful filters mechanism letting you decide what tasks do you want to see at a given time.
Filters are very important. They are part of the methodology of every day working with InTask. A QA person will probably want to see only tasks waiting to be checked while a developer will want to see only new or unfinished tasks assigned to him.
In order for the InTask users to see what they need to see we use filters. Filters are private and belong to the one who created them unless he decides to share them with other users.
To create a new private filter click the ‘Filters' button in the main toolbar and then select the ‘Edit Filters...' item.
Figure 24 - Selecting edit filters menu
The filter records dialog will appear.
Figure 25 - Filters editor dialog
In this dialog you can define any number of private filters which you will use on a daily basis. To define new filters do the following:
When you are finished, click the ‘Save' button to save the new filter or click the ‘OK' button to save and make it as your default filter.
To make a filter public check the ‘Public filter' checkbox in the filters definition dialog.
Switching between filters
To switch between your pre defined filters you can do one of two things:
Figure 26 - Quick switching between filters
Figure 27 - Set as default & Exit button in the filters editor dialog
|Last Updated on Friday, 20 August 2010 17:25|