Centercode allows you to access any data gathered by the system, your dynamic forms (Surveys, Feedback, Content, etc), and more directly in your portal. Once that data is stored, the question becomes, “how can I see this data?” The answer - Filters and Views! They’re the 1-2 punch that help you sift through your data and take action. Filters and Views are used across your entire platform, most prominently in Reporting, Feedback Management, and User Management.
Creating Your Filter
Data collected from your users lives in your portal and can be pulled via Reporting, Feedback Management, or User Management depending on the type. Building a Filter hones the scope of data you want to see. You’re setting criteria you want your data to match. If you'd like to see all results, No Filter may work for you.
To create a Filter:
- Click Users or your Feedback Type in the left-hand menu
- Click the + button to the right of the Filter drop down
- Select the desired Data Set, Item, Default Qualifier, and optionally a Default Value
- Click Add To Filter
- Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all desired Filter criteria have been added
- Click the Create Filter at the bottom
Creating Your View
Once your Filter is complete, it’s time to build a View. Think of your View as the actual information you’d like to see regarding your filtered results. For example, if you Filter for users who signed an NDA, then you’ll want to View the following information: Full Name, Project Teams, NDA Complete, NDA Date Complete.
- Click the + button to the right of the View drop down
- Select the Data Set and highlight the item in the left text field
- Double-Click the item to move it to your View.
- Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all desired View items have been added to the View
- Click Create View and Execute to see your results
*It’s highly recommended that you expand your Results Per Page to be beyond 25 using Advanced Options
- When creating a view, double click the item(s) you’d like to appear in your results. Alternatively, you can hold down shift to select multiple items, then double click to move more than one.