Search and Filter Projects

This article will help you understand how to search and filter your projects on Asite.

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Projects filter available in top header bar of your Asite account enables you to easily search and filter your projects.

Suppose that, you have access to 10 projects and you need to actively work on 3 of them on a day to day basis, you can simply filter those 3 projects. The applied filter gets retained for next time unless any changes are made later.

By default, you are able to see information for all your assigned projects (when there is no specific project filter applied). Projects marked as favourite show up with a within the project filter, making it easy for you to identify those projects. Click here for detailed help on how to mark a project as favourite.
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Here are the steps to search and filter projects using project filter:

1. Clicking on Projects Filter, a dropdown with suggested list of projects accessible to you will be available at the top. Suggested list of projects is generated based on their names in alphabetical order.

Different links as shown below appear in project filter to help you in filtering the projects the way you want:

Link Name

Description

Show All

To view all the existing projects you are a part of, within the project filter itself.

Clear

To clear any existing selection in project filter.

Close

To close the project filter and apply the selected project filter criteria, if any.

2. Suggested project names will appear as you type in the characters. For e.g. If you type in character 's', all the projects starting with or including character 's' will be displayed.

3. Tick the 'Favourite Projects' box to include favourite projects within the project filter. All favourite projects will be displayed with a .

4. Tick the 'All' box to include all projects accessible to you within the project filter. It covers all your favourite projects as well as project templates.


When applying 'All' as a project filter, it will give a prompt to narrow down your project filter criteria if possible to help work faster and improve usability. You will have an option to continue with the applied filter or change the filter criteria if required.

5. Tick the 'Project Templates' box to also include project templates in the filter.

6. Once all selections are done, click 'Close' to apply the filter.

7. Once the filter is applied, information of only selected projects will be available across all tabs.

8. In case there are more number of projects selected, the selected projects will appear in the project filter as shown below.

  • To edit the project selection in filter anytime later, click on the project filter from any of the tabs and make required changes. Then click 'Close' to apply the modified filter.
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  • User will remain on the same tab after editing the filter, however the page will be refreshed to show information of selected projects only.

Suggested project names will appear as you type in the characters. For e.g. If you type in character 's', all the projects starting with or including character 's' will be displayed.


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