Filter and Search

Filtering on lists: Spaces, Processes, Resources, Data Tables, Users etc

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Written by Ksawery Lisinski
Updated over a week ago

Filet and Search are extremely useful as you grow your repository and collaboration mechanisms within Elements, you can learn how to use them in this short article.

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  • Prerequisites

  • Filter

  • Search

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  • Registered and verified Elements account


This Pro capability filters on all the primary lists across Elements.

You have a window to type in at the top of the list, as shown here in the Processes list.


Another Pro feature to locate specific content is Free Text Search on Processes and ref models. Start typing, and it will bring up the search results. The search bar is in the top bar.

For more detailed analysis you can use the Reporting feature which is on the FREE plan.

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  • Reporting - reporting is a very useful feature which can be used creatively to access knowledge quickly

  • Notifications - you will receive internal notifications which are shown next to your profile

  • Spaces - space is your secure working environment inside the Elements application

  • Links & attachments - You can link different types of additional information to requirements, stories and process activities, you can even link requirements and stories to process activities themselves

  • User groups and attachment visibility rights - you can then set all attachments on requirements, stories, diagram activities, and reference model nodes to be visible either by all users in the space or by particular user groups

  • Following - you can follow diagrams, requirements, stories, reference model nodes and URL library links

  • Managing links with the URL library - URL Library is a feature which allows you to define a link once in your Space and reuse that link in multiple places

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