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Re: Individual column filtering in Odoo
I agree with Olivier that the way to go if you want to search directly for
certain field is to include it as a search field on the view, and going
down with the arrows, but please improve saved filters, recreating in the
same form as you put originally filters and group by options before saving
the filter, and not grouping them in one facet. This would be a very huge
improvement for usability.
2014-06-19 13:06 GMT+02:00 Olivier Dony <odo@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
> On 06/19/2014 12:21 PM, Ana Juaristi wrote:
>> Hello everybody:
>> My feeling is that Oscar's idea would be really usefull for old and new
>> Very simple case of use (now testing projects/tasks) on Odoo:
>> I want to look for tasks of a single project.
>> I need doing this actions on screen:
>> 1. click on combo
>> 2. click on advanced search
>> 3. look for field project
>> 4. assing value on field
> Please, no! The focus is on the omnisearch by default, so just type the
> name of the project, then go down with the arrows and select the
> auto-completed project. Done.
> And if the project field was not part of the search view (it is!) you
> should add it, not invent a feature to replace this basic setup ;-)
> 5. If I save filter, value on field is fixed, so
> Being able to modify existing filters and existing search facets is a
> different feature, and could be done in the omnisearch box as well.
> Please do not confuse bad use or bad configuration of the search views
> with lack of flexibility or features.
> The omnisearch has some limitations that require advanced search (like
> specifying date ranges), but in 99% of cases a proper search view will
> cover all cases perfectly. Just improve the search view when it's not good
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