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Filtering Tasks


Introduction

Ganttic allows you to filter your tasks, projects, and resources by title or by any data field values, enabling a quick and direct way to retrieve a filter’s information easily. Filters are available in charts and reports. Filtering tasks is a good way to find out who's doing what or to make changes without having to find it in the Gantt chart area. 

Must-know about this feature

Filters can be saved to the view or used on the go as a search feature to quickly find a task with a specific data field parameter. You can filter tasks using task titles or data field labels with IS (includes) or IS NOT (excludes) rules. Applying multiple filters is allowed. 

Filter tasks

  1. Click on the filter icon on the view panel
  2. This will open the filtering section.

  3. Select a suitable data set (1) and label (2) or use the search bar
  4. The rule list and search/label values will appear.



  5. Select the rule for the filter from the list
  6. "IS" rule is selected by default.

    The rule "IS" will only include the filter value. The "IS NOT" rule will exclude the filter value.
  7. Hit 'Apply'
  8. This will apply the filter and display the results in the chart below.



  9. To permanently attach the filters, make sure to save the view



    Remove filters

    1. Click on the filter search box  
    2. You can find it on the view panel. 


    3. In the filter dialog, click on the 'X' or 'Clear all' (in case of multiple filters)
    4. Click on 'Apply' to complete the action. 



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