Using filters to find records can be a fast alternative to the Advanced search feature.
How to find your artwork or contact filters
Filter options appear on the right-hand side of your database browse screen after clicking into the search box.
When 'Filter results' appears, you can search with your predefined filters (you can add multiple filters to one search).
Customise and search using your filter options
You can add new filters, remove unused ones, and reorder them to your preference.
To add new filters, scroll to 'Customise', search for your intended filter, or use the drop down menu to find it in the list, then click 'Add field'. You can then drag them into position.
Remove fields from your filter options
Select the dropdown button beside the field you would like to remove, and select 'Remove'.
Using the search box
Further refine your filtered search
Alongside any applied filters, you can also further refine your search by manually typing into the search box.
You can input multiple search terms at once, separated by commas. For example, if you have a list of specific artwork stock numbers or contact email addresses you wish to find, add each to the search bar like so: 'AA002, AA301, BB3199'; or, 'email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com'.
You can search for over 100 separate specific items this way, when formatted correctly.
Clear all applied filters
To completely remove all filters from your search, click the cross:
When to use Advanced searches
As the name suggests, Advanced searches allow for more detailed searches of your data, especially when using 'Expert mode'. Searches made through the Advanced search feature can also be saved for further efficiency in the future.