Using Filters

Filtering allows you to restrict the content shown by specific parameters. This is helpful when trying to create a more curated overview of content.

These filters can be useful when building content views, looking for a specific type of content, or finding content that matches several perimeters (such as Created after AND Content ID).

Apply a Filter
Apply a Filter

  1. Navigate to the content tab in the left-hand sidebar.
  2. Choose a content model from the collapsible sidebar.
  3. Press the Filter icon at the end of the filter bar at the top of the content entries table.
  4. Choose from one of the fields listed for filtering.
  5. Select the filter method in the center of the filter box (default's to is).
  6. Choose from one of the following options:
Option
IsExact match
Is NullMatches empty (without content)
Is Not NullMatches not null (with any content added)
Is NotExclusion match
Less Thanfor numeric fields (including date and dateTime)
Less Than or Equal Tofor numeric fields (including date and dateTime)
Greater Thanfor numeric fields (including date and dateTime)
Greater Than or Equal Tofor numeric fields (including date and dateTime)
ContainsString search
Not ContainsExclusion by string search
Starts WithStarting string match
Not Starts WithExclusion by starting string match
Ends WithEnding string match
Not Ends WithExclusion by ending string match
  1. To the right of the filter method, enter a comparison value.

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