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Finding the right report

Filtering reports

Use filters to list only reports you are interested in. For example:

  • from a certain form eg. accidents
  • sent by your team
  • where the risk is high and further action needed
  • you have actions

You can search for reports in 3 ways:

  • Manually click through the page numbers and select from the report summaries.
  • Keyword search uses the ‘Search Reports’ query, centre top of the screen
  • Filtering uses the 3 drop down menus in the search bar:
    • Forms
    • Owner
    • More – this lets you search on:
      • Generic items: found in each report, such as the date.
      • Question items: the field name for each question is shown. Select one or more boxes from each list, then press ‘search’ to make it happen. When you choose More and select a field name relating to a question, a second line opens letting you select the answer(s).
  • To reduce the number of field names in the More menu, firstly select the appropriate form from the Forms dropdown menu.
  • Refine your search further by clicking the More menu again.
  • The More dropdown menu searches using field-names. Find the field-name by opening a report. The field-name is shown in brackets by the question.

Saving frequently used searches

Searches that are used frequently can be saved under ‘My Searches’ for easy access.

Save a new search:

  1. Select options from the 3 drop down menus in the search bar to create your search.
  2. Click ‘save search’.
  3. Give the search a name.
  4. Save the name.
  5. View the search name you created under ‘My Searches’.

Delete saved searches:

  1. Click the edit button by ‘My Searches’.
  2. Click the delete button next to the relevant search name.
  3. Click done.
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Updated on September 1, 2021

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