You can use dashdash’s in-built table filtering functionality to quickly find the data you’re looking for. You can filter for simple numbers and strings, or advanced elements such as dates, currencies, and percentages.
Dashdash supports the following filtering criteria:
|Filtering criterion||Filters the column for…|
|matches||content that matches the given parameter exactly.|
|contains||content that includes the given string.|
|is equal to||content that is equal to the given parameter.|
|is not equal to||content that is not equal to the given parameter.|
|is greater than||content that is greater than the given parameter.|
|is less than||content that is less than the given parameter.|
|is greater than or equal to||content that is greater than or equal to the given parameter.|
|is less than or equal to||content that is less than or equal to the given parameter.|
|is empty||cells that are empty.|
|is not empty||cells that are not empty.|
To apply filters to your table:
Select the header row of your table and click the Filter icon .
Click on the Filtering Criteria icon.
Select the criteria you want to filter the data by, provide the filtering parameter, and click Apply.
Note: Don’t use quotation marks (
"") in the text boxes.
You’ve successfully applied filtering criteria to your table! If you want to know which column or columns are currently being used for filtering, just look to see which filtering criteria icon is purple .
To remove all filters, just click on the Filter icon.