Sort, filter, and search pages

The Pages page displays all created pages by all users.

Filter pages

In the right side of the page, under Filter pages, you can use the following filtering options:

  • To filter pages created by you, click My pages.
  • You can filter pages according to their status by clicking it.
  • To display only pages with missing properties, click With no Descriptions or With no Keywords.
  • To filter pages according to the date they were modified, click by Date modified…
    The Display pages modified in… pane appears.
    • When you click a time interval, the system displays all the pages modified during this time interval. The last modified are the first in the list. You can change the sorting.
    • To display pages modified during some custom period of time, click Custom range… link.
      To define a custom filtering interval, use the From and To input fields. 
      Click Filter.
    • To go back to all filtering options, click Close dates link.
      The system displays all filtering options, but displays the last filtering you have chosen until you choose something else or until you refresh your screen by pressing F5.

NOTE: When you apply filtering to the pages, the system displays the result of the filtering in a list. The hierarchy of the pages is not depicted. Under the name of the page, the system displays the name of the page’s parent page.

Sort pages

Use the Sort pages dropdown box in the toolbar of Pages to sort the list of pages.
There are the following sorting options:

  • by Hierarchy
    The system displays pages in a treeview, using the hierarchy, which was originally defined.
    This is the default display of Pages page.
    When you select this option all previous sorting and filtering is removed.
  • Last created on top
    The system displays the last pages that were created on the top of the list.
    You can use this sorting option on filtered pages.
  • Last modified on top
    The system displays the last pages that were modified on the top of the list.
    You can use this sorting option on filtered pages.
  • Alphabetically (A-Z) and Alphabetically (Z-A)
    The system displays the pages in alphabetic order starting with A or with Z.
    You can use this sorting option on filtered pages.
  • Custom sorting…
    A window appears where you perform the following:
    1. Select sorting criterion from the dropdown box and choose between Ascending and Descending order in the radio button.
    2. You can also and add more than one criterion by clicking Add another sorting rule link and you can remove sorting criteria by clicking Remove link.
    3. When you are finished, click Save.
      The system sorts the pages according to the custom sorting.
    4. To edit a custom sorting that you have created, select Edit custom sorting… from the Sort pages dropdown box.

      You can use this sorting option on filtered pages.

Search for pages

  1. To search for a particular page, on Pages page, click Search...
    A search field appear.
  2. Enter the name or part of the name of the page you want to find and click Search.
    The system displays a list of all pages whose name contains the search word.
  3. When finished searching, click Close search.

The Search field is case insensitive.

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