You're probably already familiar with the basic idea of filters. If you've ever filtered your e-mails or filtered data in a program like Microsoft Excel, you'll know that you can select a bunch of different criteria to see only the information that you're interested in. Our filter works the same way with a few extra bells and whistles.
The Filter Bar
You'll find the filter bar by navigating to
When you search for terms, we'll try to present your filter in the form of a sentence. Sort of like how you would tell a person to go and get some terms for you. We call this sentence the "filter description". This shows up in the main filter bar along with the other filter features.
|1||You can start typing here and you'll get suggestions only for terms that are included in the filter results.|
|2||Click to open the Filter Criteria window and add search criteria to your filter.|
This is the filter description.
Do you notice those words underlined in bold? You can click those to change your criteria.
|4||Click to see the available actions. Actions are what you want to do with your filter after you've finished creating or updating it. For example, you can save your filter and share it with other people.|