Planned
Last Updated: 07 Jan 2022 11:14 by ADMIN
Sebastian
Created on: 02 Nov 2021 14:12
Type: Feature Request
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inline filter

Hi,

the current filter is great but a little bit difficult to use. I would like to see an inline filter like the following screenshot:

It is used by many applications. Just to name a few

 

* Gitlab (where the screenshot is from)
* Contentful (CMS)
* Google Cloud Console

3 comments
ADMIN
Konstantin Dikov
Posted on: 04 Nov 2021 12:59

Hello Sebastian,

Thank you for providing additional information for the feature request, so that the community has a better idea when deciding whether or not to give a vote for it and increase its priority.

Just as a side note, using the MultiSelect with selected tag and some custom text might be used for a very basic (field -> value) scenario, but it is far away from the complex filters:

Also, I wanted to mention again that the screenshot of the required filter is not attached, and attaching it can help visualize the requirement better.

Best Regards,
Konstantin Dikov
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Sebastian
Posted on: 03 Nov 2021 12:12

Hi Konstantin,

it looks like a simple filter, but it is actually much more powerful. You can find a detailed description here: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-foss/-/issues/21747

It works like this:

* When you enter a text you get an autosuggestion for filter fields.

* When you select one of the fields you get a value selector that depends on the filter type.

* When you do not select a field you enter a search term.

* Per filter you can change the operator and/or value.

It is a lot of work to describe the full requirements, but I have seen this kind of filters a lot recently and it is a great tool.

ADMIN
Konstantin Dikov
Posted on: 03 Nov 2021 11:00

Hi Sebastian,

The filters that you have mentioned are using a simple input element for entering a string. Could you please elaborate in what context you need the inline filter as a built-in feature in KendoReact, because from the provided information it is not clear enough?

Looking forward to your reply with the additional information.

Also, I assume there was an issue saving the screenshot as it is not visible on our end. Could you please re-attach it?

Regards,
Konstantin Dikov
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