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Using Sub-Level Filter Options

Ever have used filter on your project? Great!
This is a handy way to search for some content or values.

Additionally it does refine the view you are using, reducing data to your temporary needs.


Posted by Peter Meier on March 2nd, 2017 under Products
Tags: merlin-project support filter sub-level options

Find vs. Filter

There are two ways to search and find content in Merlin Project. One is by Find, another by using Filters. When to use one, or the other?

Find searches the entered string and highlights it on visible columns. You may use search patterns or enter a string to be replaced with. So if you want to search for (and replace) some text in your notes, you need to enable the 'Notes' column first, or switch to the pre configured view 'Work breakdown > Notes' which contains your text columns.

Another option would be to filter the view. You can create a new filter, select in its criteria the 'Notes' column and enter the string you are looking for. So if you want to filter the rows no matter if the column 'Notes' is visible or not, you enable a filter.

Posted by Vicky Stamatopoulou on December 20th, 2016 under Products
Tags: merlin-project support find replace filter

The Merlin Project magic now also on the iPad

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