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    Cezary Pietrzak (Edited )

    On the topic of filters, it would be helpful if Reply pre-populated known values of filters directly in the interface, rather than having to X out of the dialog and look for those yourself (some are difficult to remember). 

    Is this feature on your roadmap?

     

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    Cezary Pietrzak (Edited )

    Also, on the List view, it's not possible to display custom variables, but rather only default ones

    Will this be possible in the future?

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    Reply Team

    Hi Cezary,

    >>Reply pre-populated known values of filters directly in the interface, rather than having to X out of the dialog and look for those yourself (some are difficult to remember). 

    I'm not sure I understood what you mean here, could you please clarify?

    >>Also, on the List view, it's not possible to display custom variables, but rather only default ones

    This will be possible in future, but no ETA yet.

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    Cezary Pietrzak

    Re: pre-populated known values, I'm referring to fields that have dropdown menus and a limited set of options prior to getting imported to Reply. For example, for custom field Trip Stage, values could be Requested Info, Payment Made, On Trip, Returned from Trip, etc. It would be great to see those values pre-populated in the filter so that you don't have to reference them manually. It seems like Reply does not delineate between data types (eg dropdown) but only reads text (which can have unlimited potential values) so maybe this isn't possible - but it would still be great to see.

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    Reply Team

    Ah, thank you for the clarification!

    I'm passing this to the dev team for discussion.

    You can also place your suggestions here so everyone sees and votes for them :)

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    Cezary Pietrzak

    Great! I'm a fan of Wantoo. The idea suggestion is here: https://wantoo.io/reply/11174/pre-populate-known-values-of-fields-when-setting/

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