In this step, you can identify the filters in the view you are creating.
For example, we will be creating a part view of parts with a QTY in stock greater than zero (0). We've named the view 'Parts in Stock'
First, Select the Field you wish to filter on:
Second, select the operator to be used. For this example, we use the Operator > Is Greater Than
Next, we will enter the value for our filter which in this example, must be the number .
Filter logic can be used to combine filters in a customized way. If no filter logic is entered, the system will use AND between each filter. If a certain record satisfies a filter logic, this particular record will show up in the view.
There are two (2) logic used in filter views:
AND - This will display the record if both filters compared are true.
OR - This will display the record if any filter compared is true.
How to write Filter Logic
Write the filter numbers to refer to each filter and then write the logic (AND/OR) in between them. You can use parenthesis to have more control over your filter logic.
Each object comes with a set of default filters at the top of the view. Any filters added to your view will be included at the top of the page for on-the-fly filtering
You can type in new values into these fields and click 'Search' or press 'Enter' to filter your view further
When you are done with filters, click to proceed to the next step.