TOPS [ONE]- Creating/Editing Filter ViewsFollow
This feature will allow the user to save their sorted, filtered views on the Owner Index, Property Index, User Index, Signatures Index, Documents Index, Make Payments, Violation Tickets, Service Request Tickets, and Work Order Tickets pages. The user will also be able to set a view as their default view for each page.
Once you create a new filter, it will be available in all of the index pages listed.
To start, go to one of the index pages listed above.
For this example, we'll show the steps from the Owner Index Page. The steps to create/edit the filters are the same for every index page.
1. On the index page, Click Filters
Creating a New Filtered View
1. Select your Filter Parameters
Owner Balance (range) - Enter a minimum and/or maximum balance range
Address Display either the Property or Mailing Address
Keyword Filter by street name. Additionally, look up owners based on Last Name, Account Number, and Lot Number
Email Address Select whether you want to see owners with email, owners without emails, or all owners.
Delivery Preferences Filter owners by their Communication Preference. Email, Print, or Print & Email.
Owner Types Defaults to all selected. Choose the resident type you wish to filter by.
Enabling the toggles will display owners who have the following:
2. Click the + to create the Filter View
3. Enter your Filter Name and Availability
Name Must be unique (50 Characters Max)
Note: There cannot be two different views with the same name for the same page. They can have two views named Dave’s View if one is for Violation Tickets and one is for Work Order Tickets, for example. Views are NOT community specific.
Availability Select who can see the Filtered view. Public/Private
Enable this toggle to set this view as your default view.
3. Click Save
Editing Filtered Views
1. Select the Filtered view you want to edit.
2. Edit your Filter Parameters
3. After you've made the changes to your filter, click the next to your filter name.
4. Click Save
5. Confirm your selection