Is there a method to apply to filtering as well as sorting ?
For example, can a filter be applied and saved as part of the current view and then save as “Filtered View”.
Specifically : Filter = Show Tasks Between Task ID 50 and Task ID 100.
To save your filter with a view, go to the View tab and click on Gantt Chart dropdown menu in the Task Views group.
Then click on More Views and in the More Views dialog, click on Copy button.
This will open the View Definition dialog. You can now give the name “Filtered View” and in the Filter dropdown, select your special Filter. Remember to select the “Show in menu” checkbox so that this View appears under your views list (Gantt Chart dropdown).
This new “Filtered View” will also follow the sort criteria that was applied before it was saved.
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Thank you for this.
I did create the View with a “Task Range Filter” applied and the system (MSP 2013 Std.) does work however, the Task Range (Tasks Between Task ID 50 and Task ID 100) is not stored, so the system pops up with the Task Range Dialog Box asking for the Task IDs. I suspect this might be the same for Date Filter too…. although other filters like “Milestones” did work OK.
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