Every executed search will be conserved during your session. You can change a parameter or else, and come back to the list, you will find all your previous search parameters.
Filtering members list¶
The form at the top of the members list allow you to make some search among members. The advanced search provides more cireria and possibilities.
You can filter on:
a full text search on one of the following informations:
name (first name, last name and nickname),
address (address, address continuation, zipcode, town and country),
email and instant messaging addresses (email address, website URL, and all direct messenging addresses),
informations (public informations and - for administrators only - pivate informations).
a member status:
up to date members,
closes expiries (members whose membership expires in 30 days)
members whose never had a membership,
a status of the account:
presence or absence of an email address.
All filters can be combined, giving you the ability to search among your active members whose have an email address and whose name contains a “a” ;)
Advanced search can be found in the main menu and propose an certain amount of fields types, related to members or their membership. The screen is separated into four parts (you can reduce individually):
simple search which recall all filters present in the members list,
advanced search which proposes extra fields on members that can be of use,
search in contributions allowing search on members contributions,
free search which allow to select any member field possible, including dynamic fields, and which will automatically adapt to selected field. You can add and remove lines to refine search.
New in version 0.9.3.
Every search on members can be stored (with a name) in order to be executed again later. They are accessible only for their author.
After you proceed a search (“simple” or “advanced”), just click on the “Save” button, and pick up a name.
You can find saved searches in the list:
From this list, you will be able to remove or execute again searches, and also see a detail of used criteria.