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Global Filter

Not quite ready to delete out all of the games from last year, but don’t want the assignments included on your officials’ game counts?  Don't want to see next year’s games that leagues and schools have already entered?  Need to focus on a single sport, and not interested in any others that your group assigns?  The Global Filter allows administrators to limit and focus their field of vision to certain games within their account.

To navigate to the Global Filter page, click on the Settings tab, and then click on the “Global Filter” sub-tab.

There are three ways in which you can use the Global Filter to limit which games you see in your account:

 

1.  Sub-Group

If you have an Arbiter360 account, you can limit which sub-group’s games appear in your supergroup account.  To add a subgroup to your filter, select the group from the list in the left-side box, and then click the blue arrow to move them to the list in the box on the right.

 

2.  Sport

This filter can be especially useful for sub-assigners who only work with a few specific sports in their group.  To limit your vision of the schedule to a specific set of sports, select those sports from the list on the left, and then click the blue arrow to move them to the list on the right. 

 

3.  Date

To limit the date range of your account, click on the drop-down menu labeled “Date Range,” and choose which filter type best fits your needs (e.g. before, after, between, on).  Next, enter the date in the field field below by either typing it in (use the format mm/dd/yyyy), or click on the calendar icon to select a specific day from the calendar. 

 

When you have finished setting your Global Filter, click the “Save” button at the bottom of the page.

 

NOTE:  When setting a Global Filter for which SubGroups or Sports you can view in your account, if everything is listed in the left side of the section, then the Global Filter will be inactive, and you will be able to view everything.  

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