Table view filters enable you to visualize items in document tables based on specified
values. The filter inputs appear at the top of each section within the document you want to
filter. Enter a search term in the filter to display rows that contain that term.
To filter a specific column, enter the column name
followed by a colon and one or more search terms. Separate multiple search terms
with a semi-colon. All search terms you specify must be present in a row for it to
appear in your filtered view.
If you want to use character-sensitive searches, click the Match
case button next to the filter entry field. If you want to
search for whole words only, click the Match whole word
A space starts a new search string. If the column name includes a
space, refer to the Quotation Marks
section to learn how to filter with
search strings containing spaces. Refer to the following examples to see how to
filter by column name:
To filter using terms containing spaces, colons, or semicolons, use
quotation marks. Refer to the following examples to see how to use quotation marks
in your search strings:
"termination mode":"High Z"
If you need to use a quotation mark
as part of a search string, put two adjacent quotation marks inside a search string.
The filter string "abc""def" will search for abc"def
To filter your tables based on certain conditions, use the
- NOT—Use the NOT operator before a keyword to invert
the truth condition for it. For example, the following string hides all rows
with disabled sites: NOT site:disabled
- OR—Use the OR operator to match any member of a group of search
keywords. For example, the following string shows all rows that contain both
vterm and digital, or ppmu and voltage: vterm digital OR ppmu
To narrow your results, use a combination of filter types. Use a
search string delimited by spaces to specify multiple search terms. For example, the
following search string will show all pins in the mygroup pin group that are not on
disabled sites and have termination mode set to vterm: NOT site:disabled