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-==== Show ==== 
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-This droplist provides a set of simple built-in filters for quickly transitioning between broad sets of tasks.\\ eg. from viewing **All** Tasks to just viewing **Incomplete** Tasks.\\ ​ 
-{{images:​screenshots:​default_filters.png}} 
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-==== Title ==== 
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-Match any task having the specified text somewhere in its title. eg. Typing '​fix'​ would match with '​fix',​ '​suffix',​ '​fixed'​ and '​fixing'​. 
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-Note: You can also have this text matched against a task's comments or indeed any text attribute via the [[user-interface-gen-prefs|Filtering Preferences]]. ​ 
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-==== Started By ==== 
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-Match any task whose Start Date falls //on or before// the specified date. 
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-You have the choice of: 
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-  * Matching tasks against '<​any date>'​. This is the default. ​ 
-  * Matching tasks against a specific date, eg. '10 June 2016'. 
-  * Matching tasks against a relative date, eg. 'Next 7 days'​.\\ You can also specify a negative value here meaning '​previous'​ days.  
-  * Matching tasks against a pre-defined date, eg. 'End of Next Month'​. ​ 
-  * Matching only those tasks having '<​no date>'​ at all. 
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-==== Due By ==== 
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-Match any task whose Due Date falls on //on or before// the specified date. 
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-See 'Start Date' above for options. 
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-==== Above Priority ==== 
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-Match any task whose Priority attribute //greater than or equal to// the specified value. ​ 
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-The exception is '<​none>',​ which specifically matches tasks with no assigned Priority. 
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-==== Above Risk ==== 
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-Match any task whose Risk attribute if //greater than or equal to// the specified value. ​ 
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-The exception is '<​none>',​ which specifically matches tasks with no assigned Risk. 
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-==== Allocated To ==== 
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-Matches any task whose '​Allocated To' matches any or all of the specified people. 
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-Note: See the [[#​options|Options]] droplist for changing how multiple selected values are matched against tasks. 
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-==== Allocated By ==== 
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-Matches any task whose '​Allocated By' matches **any** of the specified people. 
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-==== Status ==== 
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-Matches any task whose '​Status'​ matches **any** of the specified values. 
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-==== Category ==== 
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-Matches any task whose '​Categories'​ match any or all of the specified values. 
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-Note: See the [[#​options|Options]] droplist for changing how multiple selected values are matched against tasks. 
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-==== Versions ==== 
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-Matches any task whose '​Version'​ matches **any** of the specified values. 
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-==== Tags ==== 
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-Matches any task whose '​Tags'​ match one or all of the specified values. 
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-Note: See the [[#​options|Options]] droplist for changing how multiple selected values are matched against tasks. 
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-==== Options ==== 
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-**Any category can match**\\ ​ 
-**Any person can match**\\ ​ 
-**Any tag can match**\\ When filtering against multiple-value attributes (Allocated To, Category, Tags) you can to have the matching operate in one of two ways: 
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-  * //​Inclusively//​ (the default) where the task need only match one of the specified values ​ 
-  * //​Exclusively//​ where the task must match the specified values exactly, ie. Having no more or less categories than those specified in the filter. This is generally a more rare requirement. 
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-**Hide collapsed tasks (List View)**\\ This option allows the List View to hide any tasks which are hidden in the Tree View by virtue of having their parent tasks collapsed. 
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-**Hide completed tasks**\\ This is an alternative to using the 'Show: B) Incomplete Tasks' described above especially when you want to use a different filter the '​Show'​ droplist. 
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-**Hide parent tasks (List View)**\\ This option causes the List View to only display tasks which have no subtasks themselves ie. '​Leaf'​ tasks. Useful if you only use parent tasks as '​containers'​. 
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-**Show all subtasks**\\ By default, filtering operates on parent tasks and subtasks equally, however deep your task hierarchy reaches. This options causes the matching to display all subtasks for any parent task that matches, regardless of whether or not the subtasks themselves match. 
  
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