User-specific filter:

Displays the user-specific saved filters and allows you to select and remove them as well as to save a current configured filter.

Filter Bubble:

A filter bubble can be created by clicking on a metadata entry in the project overview or by clicking on a metadata entry in the hidden overlay. By clicking on the filter bubble itself, a dialog opens to edit it (see Figure below). By default, the filters for group, category and template are active and set to ALL. If the group filter bubble is edited and a group is selected via the dialog that opens, only the categories belonging to the selected group can be selected via the category filter bubble. The same applies to the template filter bubble. If a filter bubble has been edited, it is possible to reset the filter bubble to ALL using the displayed minus sign.

Add Filter:

The Edit filter button adds another filter bubble to the current selected filters. Note: When using the filter “Filepath” in context of a Windows based path in the database for particular assets, it is mandatory to only use the condition “IS” for that case. Windows paths in the database are a signal for wrong or at least non desired workflows since a proper path mapping would force unix paths in the database. If your workflow requires windows paths in the database this is the limited possibility to search for an asset by “Filepath”.

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