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Search and Filter Requests from the List View

The list view is where you can see the full list of your Requests along with the request details at a glance. 

Each user can arrange the layout of the screen according to their own preferences and liking.



Search allows you to find any field within the Request list. The example below shows results populated for water.


  1. In the Search field, enter the search term.

Search results automatically populate.

Advanced Search

Advanced Search allows you to search for terms within any request including the notes within a request. Advanced search also allows you to search within a specified time period of when the request was submitted or closed. The example below shows the advanced search query for requests including the term leak, submitted between January 1st and September 1st, 2023.


  1. Click the more actions clipboard_ef7dcbebc80a3465515fa19d5e67bf794.png icon. 
  2. Select Advanced Search. The advanced search window displays.
  3. In the Search field, enter the search term.
  4. In the date range, select either:
    • Submitted Date
    • Closed Date
  5. Click the calendar clipboard_e20b2ab1abec4b181124a0a20e67edda9.png icon and select a start date.
  6. Click the calendar clipboard_e20b2ab1abec4b181124a0a20e67edda9.png icon and select an end date.

You can include the notes field in your search. Click Search Notes checkbox.

  1. Click the Search button.

Search results populate.


Filter by group helps you view requests by group organization. These filter groups can be:

  • single address
  • floor plan
  • group of assets

These groups have been set up by your admin, see set up a site's location for more information.

  1. Click the Filter by Group button. The filter by group panel displays.


  1. Select a group to filter by. The request list is filtered.


Saved View - Filter a Column Example

When viewing the request list, you may want to change the request columns and sort order. The Save View let's you set up the requests listing and then save it for next time.

This is best explained using an example. I want to create a saved list view for Springfield City and add the Asset column to the list view. 

Step 1. Reorder Columns

  1. Drag and drop the Entity column to the front of the list.


Step 2. Filter the Column

  1. Click on the filter clipboard_e5c79ab0f26436f123fb3694841dcbbc0.png icon within the Manufacturer column. The list of entities display.
  2. Select Springfield City.
  3. Click the OK button. The Manufacturer column is filtered to display FORD.

Step 3. Add a column from the Column Chooser

  1. Click the more actions clipboard_ef7dcbebc80a3465515fa19d5e67bf794.png icon. 
  2. Select Column Chooser. The column chooser displays.
  3. Drag and drop the Year column to the Request column headings. The year column displays on the request list.


Step 4. Save your View

  1. Click the save clipboard_ece945c0ff2ad2558151d05d4e38b787a.pngicon. The create new view dialog displays.
  2. In the View Name field, enter the name of the saved view.
  3. Select a who can access this view option, either: 
    • Private- Don't share this view with anyone.
    • Everyone - Share this view with everyone.
    • Security Roles - Share this view with specific roles in your organization.
    • Teams - Share this view with specific teams in your organization.
  4. Click the Save View button.

Display your Saved View

The next time you want to use the saved view you can display it.

  1. Click the Saved views drop-down. The saved views pop-up displays.


 From this you can see a list of saved views, and the default view.

  1. Select a saved view.


Remember, you can share a view that is private to you. Click the share clipboard_e0c8d59999fb55eeaab7c039f6bb9726e.png icon

  1. Click on apply selected. The saved view displays.