How many times have you looked for someone else’s Public Query and had to scroll and scroll and scroll and scroll to find it in the list of Saved Queries? Not any more! David felt our pain and has added a Filter.
Now you can type part of a Description and Filter for only those that match. It doesn’t matter if what you type in the Search box is at the beginning, middle or end of the Description. The Filter will find it! Pretty cool, huh?
If you are searching for another user’s Public Query, you can also filter by their exact username (that’s the Owner).
Of course, you can still check the Only Mine box to view only your Queries. And you can sort by any of the three columns: Description, Owner or Public. To select any Query, just click the View link.
This new filter will be especially appreciated here at Bellevue, as we have nearly 800 Public Queries! We love Query Builder.
I may be wrong, but I think this just might be the best thing since the iPad. No? Well, it is a wonderful feature nonetheless! Thanks, David.