We have been talking to you during this past year of significant development effort about some of the big changes you can expect with policyIQ’s new version 7 product, such as cross-browser compatibility, the removal of modules related to streamlining of left navigation, and overall more efficient and friendly navigation for your users. There is a feature that has been the subject of side-bar conversation that is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Table Filter is the term given to the search-like boxes that appear in all version 7 tables.
In any table, you may go to the Table Filter at the top of any column and type in a few characters that will “filter” the contents of the table by related options within that column. For example, I can use the Table Filter to streamline my process of assigning the expired HIPAA procedures to various managers for review and update.
Rather than combing through various folders or going through several steps to create a Report, I can navigate to all Published Pages (knowing that I have the right to see all HIPAA Procedures) and type any portion of the terms procedure and HIPAA into the Type and Name columns, respectively. In the above example, I filtered the contents of the table down from 702 results to the relevant 5 that I am interested in at this time.
The Table Filter will surely be helpful for oversight, analysis and management of content in version 7 and beyond.