Mastering how lists work ensures accurate search results and easy data analysis
A large majority of the application's lists have a drop-down menu as the page header and as the title.
The option displayed is the name of the current page, but this also allows:
For each type of data, it is useful to obtain a level of information relating to the reading context. To answer this, the drop-down title at the page header allows you to choose the most relevant view as needed.
Each column of a list, if it has small up-down arrows in its title, it can constitute a sorting criterion.
Depending on the type of data, the list will be reordered by the last selected sorting criterion.
Sorting meets standard classification rules:
The search field present in each page, allows to obtain the results contained in the list and corresponding strictly to the current entry.
These search results relate to the content of the cells in the Description column. This can contain text (e.g. product name) and / or numbers (e.g. order number, sales number, etc.)
More exceptionally, it is possible to search according to the content of another column if this one allows the identification of a data. For example: search by lot number to find labels.