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How to: Filter on Tree Inspections

While Inspections are not individually viewable on the map, you can still use the Advanced Filter to select a subset of Inspections in your TreePlotter™ app.

This How To article will use Tree Inspection as an example, but the same processes apply for Inspections on another layer.

Prerequisites:

Steps:

  1. Open the Advanced Filter
  2. Click on the plus (+) sign to add a new layer to the Advanced Filter.
  3. From the small popup, select the Tree Inspections option
    (Note: your popup may look different from the screenshot based on the layers in your app)
  4. 4. Now the Tree Inspections are a tab within the Filter. Navigate to the tab, if it is not yet selected.
  5. Using the Add Field dropdown, select your desired field(s) to add them to the filter.
    • Note: The fields available in dropdown are those that have been added to your Inspections Form.




6. For the Date field, specify the Range or Exact date.

7. For the Inventory ID field, set the Null Options dropdown to Show Only Not Null Values.

8. Click the ‘APPLY’ button.

The map will now only display the Trees that (1) had an Inspection done and (2) had that Inspection done within a specific timeframe or on a specific date. The Tree and Tree Inspections Data Tables will only show the relevant data as well.

Known limitations:

  • Loading the Trees within a Client Site/Organization will not filter down the Inspections

Potential next steps:

Updated on May 13, 2024