Create Export - Filter Tab

The Filters tab allows you to filter the output of the export. 

For most exports, you will use this feature to exclude any test employees in the system. It is recommended when adding test employees, you use a standard naming convention. For example, if all of your test employees have the last name "Test", you can have the filter exclude any Employee with the last name of Test from the export's output. 

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Setting Up a Filter

  1. Select the field that will be used to filter the Export from the drop-down menu.
  2. Select the Qualifier from the drop-down on how to include or exclude data.
    • Equal To
    • Not Equal To
    • Less Than
    • Greater Than
    • Less Than Or Equal To
    • Greater Than Or Equal To
    • Is One Of
    • Is Not One Of
  3. Enter a specific alpha-numeric value in the Value field. The value must be a valid value for the field selected.
  4. Click Save when finished.

Adding Multiple Filters

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After adding a filter, a Conjunction drop-down will be available to allow you to create multiple levels for filters with an "OR" or "AND".

For example:

  • First Filter: "Last Name" "Not Equal" to "Test"
  • Second Filter: "AND" "Employee SSN" "Not Equal" to "123456789"

Deleting a Filter

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To delete unnecessary/obsolete filter(s), select the filter(s) with the checkbox on the far right-hand side and use the Actions drop-down option, Delete Selected Record(s).

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