This feature allows you to search for issues by typing in a
keyword and selecting a field, such as Description. For example, you could search the
Description field for the word
slow and all issues with this
criterion would show up in the list. This is helpful for finding
issues that may be related to a certain project, time period, user,
etc. without having to manually read through the entire issue
Click on Binders.to view
Click on a binder name to view the Issue List.
To search issues, type the applicable words into the Search for text box and select a field from the Any Field drop-down list.
Click. The search results will be displayed.
The search result can be cancelled by clicking on thebutton.
You can also sort the issues from the Sort By column at the top right corner of the issue list.
A drop-down list will appear. You can sort the issues by created date, modified date, status, assigned to, etc.
Users can create filters to better customize their searches. Filters allow the user to specify many criteria and save them for future use. You can also remove filters when you no longer need them.
To create a filter, click.
Select conditions to create the filter.
In the filter condition you can select
Is Not or
Has condition is selected the drop-down box on the
right expands to a list box. Using the keyboard Ctrl button selects
more than one value.
If you have specified all the information you want to enter, click. However, if you want to save the search criterion, type the filter name in the text box and click .