Days ago, at an internal meeting of the staff, we had a little discussion about the functionality of our content management system, because many partners and final users don’t know them.
So, we decided to create a new section called “Did you know that…?”, which we will introduce in our blog and in the next newsletter of KeyCode.
I start to write for the first time in this new section, speaking about the DataDyn filters. For some time, in effect, in the table views, there is a little triangular arrow that appears when you put the mouse on a column header.
With that arrow you can enter in a menu, which allows you to arrange the records in ascending or descending, to hide the column and, as in the title of this post, select the records to search just what we need.
Now that you know this, enjoy it!