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Filter Overview

What does the component do?

  • Allows you to filter a large amount of information.

When should the component be used?

  • For restricting large amounts of data by selected categories and attributes.

Rules

  • A filter always has an indicator which shows that the filter is active and how many results are displayed in the filtered view, e.g. 100/500 entries.
  • A filter can have different components, e.g. autocomplete, checkboxes, chips, components, radiobuttons, selects (dropdowns), tags, textfields, toggle buttons.
  • It must be possible to reset a filter with an action (e.g. button «Reset filter»).
  • Several filter elements can be selected or deselected.
States and variants

States

The module has the following states:

  • Filtered
  • Not Filtered

Variants

Live Filter

Image of a filter example, live filter

  • The live filter contains the most frequently used filter criteria for finding specific information.
  • When a filter criterion is changed, the results are updated live in the viewport.

Filter Dialog

Image of a filter example, dialog

  • The filter dialog is opened by a button or link.
  • The filter dialog contains a large number of filter criteria for finding specific information.
  • If required, further filter criteria can be added to the dialog to provide additional filter elements.
  • Filtering can be confirmed by clicking on «Filtern» (Primary Button) or can be cancelled by clicking on «Abbrechen» (Secondary Button).
  • The results are updated in the viewport after confirming the filter criteria in the dialog box.

Specifications

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