When searching a workspace, every hit in all fields are shown in individual rows. Usually when I search, I'm looking for a specific item. Therefor I'm not interested in how many places my searchterm is found in ever item, just which items that have atleast one hit.
So I'd like an option to filter the search to only show each item once in the list.
When I customize my Projects or Tasks list view pane, I'm able to select filter criteria. However, I cannot use an "or" join- only "and". Could that feature be added in the future? As in the below screenshot, I want to show Projects / Tasks for which I am either the Owner OR Team member- I do not fall into both categories for all Projects / Tasks.
Another good feature would be to create more advanced grouping- such as combining two sets of "or" statements and joining them with an "and" statement. For Example, to be able to filter on:
Owner Contains (my name) AND
DueDate is in the next 30 days
Team Contains (my name)
That would provide me visibility into projects I'm a member of and those which I am responisible for in the next 30 days.
Would love it if we could define column widths for filtered views so they don't always auto-size to equal widths. Usually I am interested in the Item Descriptor (typically the longest), then remaining columns, which might have much less information in them. However the auto-spacing nature of the view usually results in a curtailed view of the item descriptor and excess space for other columns! Perhaps in the dialog box for setting up custom views you could provide for each column a field for percentage width (total must be 100% of course).
Alternatively, if I adjust the column widths manually, I really want them to stay there until I move them again. Instead, when I refresh the screen they auto-size again to equal widths. Frustrating!
I would like to have a global setting or a rule that would restrict certain groups from seeing obsolete parts during their search. There are occasions where parts have different part numbers but are named exactly the same. It can be very confusing for the user to sort through a bunch of obsolete parts or for a new user to select the correct one.