In Reprtoir, any one of your lists can be filtered by virtually any one of your assets or tags.
We’ve built a powerful filters engine that hosts many options giving users a great amount of flexibility when it comes to filtering their content.
The main tool that regroups all your filters is located on the left hand side of your maint lists.
In the articles below, we explain how to use the filters as well as how filtering works in Reprtoir.
Reprtoir allows Users to filter their Lists to help them find the right information as quickly as possible.
Every List can be filtered in Reprtoir's workspace. To do so, Users can turn to the Filters section next to the List, on the left.
To create a new filter on the List, click on "+ Add filter" and select the filter in the roll-out menu. Once the filter has been chosen, a few details are to be filled in, including typing in the terms that need to be appearing or not. Choose the adequate filter option, and click on "Save search".
Users will be able to find their filters right above the "+ Add filters" link, so they can find them at any time later.
Users can also reduce the List by excluding some results. By clicking on "View more" on the left side of the List, results can be sorted by the Assets or Items that were managed by the specific User that is making the searches, or by other members of the team.
It is important to note that different filters sometimes have different options.
Search based filters
Some filters allow you to search for tags amongst a pool of tags created by you. For example, the "Artists" filters allows you to search any Artist in your catalog. In theory, you can create as many Artists as you like so the filter's search bar can pull up anyone of those Artists.
These types of filters allow you to filter multiple values and choose between "and" and/or "or" options.
Internal data based filters
Some filters only allow you to choose from predetermined sets of data, such as the "Release status" filter that can only offer four options: Draft, Submitted, Released and Taken down.
Multiple options based filters Another type of filter box we included that is very flexible allows users to choose between multiple options and filter their lists with top notch precision.
The "Number of tracks" filter box illustrates this well:
With this type of filter box, users can really go in deep and isolate very specific sets of data.