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XTM Cloud 13.4

Simple search tab

To display the Simple search tab screen, from the top navigation bar, select Projects and then Project list > Simple search.

XTM Cloud keeps and displays your search results from the most recent search when you switch between the Projects > Project list tabs: Simple search, Advanced search and Actions. Also, if you switch to a different XTM Cloud tab, and then go back to one of the Projects > Project list tabs during the same session, your most recent search results will be displayed again.

In the top left corner of the Simple search tab screen, you see a text field and the Search button. Use them to search for the relevant project(s) by the entire or partial value of the parameters listed below.

Tip

If you enter part of the parameter value, all projects containing the relevant string in any of the search parameters will be listed.

  • Name – the project name. To search for several project names at the same time, separate the relevant phrases with a spaced vertical line | (pipe character).

    Example 20. Searching for several project names at the same time:

    one text | text2 | string3.


  • Customer.

  • Source language.

  • Target language.

  • Date created.

  • Due date.

  • Ref ID – the reference ID.

  • Min Status – shows information about the current minimum status of all language and file workflows in the relevant project. The valid values can be:

    • Not started – if no language or file workflow in the project has been started.

    • Predefined list of Workflow steps created by your XTM Cloud Administrator. For details, see Creating workflow steps.

    • Finished – if any language or file workflow in the project has been finished.

  • Max Status – displays information about the current maximum status of all language and file workflows in the relevant project. The valid values can be:

    • Not started – if no language or file workflow in the project has been started.

    • Predefined list of Workflow steps created by your XTM Cloud Administrator. For details, see Creating workflow steps.

    • Finished – if any language or file workflow in the project has been finished.

On the right-hand side of the Search button, you see:

  • buttons for specifying project ownership:

    • My projects – when you select this button, only projects in which you are the Project Manager are displayed in the project list.

    • All – when you select this button, the projects owned by all Project Managers are displayed in the project list.

  • buttons for specifying the current project status:

    • Active – when you select this button, only projects with the following statuses are displayed in the project list:

      • Active.

      • Not started.

      • In progress.

      • Partially finished.

      • Finished.

      • Activating.

    • Archived – when you select this button, only Archived and Archiving projects are displayed in the project list. Auto-archived and Auto-archiving projects are not displayed.

    • Auto-archived – When you select this button, only Auto-archived and Auto-archiving projects are displayed in the project list.

    • All – when you select this button, projects with all possible statuses are displayed in the project list:

      • Active.

      • Archived.

      • Auto-archived.

      • Activating.

      • Archiving.

      • Auto-archiving.

In the top right corner of the the Simple search tab screen, you see the Add project button. Use it to create a new project.

In the center of the Simple search tab screen, you see a list of projects that meet your search criteria. You can manage the columns and information displayed in the tooltips in the project list.

In the bottom left corner of the Simple search tab screen, below the project list, you see the number of entries in it. You can set the number of entries that are displayed on one page to:

  • 20.

  • 50.

  • 100.

  • 200.

In the bottom right corner of the Simple search tab screen, below the project list, you see the number of pages. You can navigate between pages by selecting the page number, or using one of these buttons:

  • First.

  • Previous.

  • Next.

  • Last.