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Apply preset filters

The filters available on the Filters tab use taxonomies based on the relations and entity definitions configured for your Sitecore Content Hub instance.

You can use these filters to limit page content based on selected crieria such as a file type. The following preset filters are available.

FilterAvailable for ...Filters based on ...
Asset mediaAssetsMedia type.
Usage rightsAssetsUsage rights defined as part of digital rights management.
AudienceContentThe campaign audience (for example, Health focus, Sporty).
CampaignsContentThe campaign name.
Content typeContentThe type of content (for example, Blog, Recipe, Email)
RegionContentThe region (for example, Worldwide, Canada, Belgium.)
TypeContentType of item (for example, asset or fragment).
UserContentType of user (for example, Superuser, Administrator).
LocalizationContent, Project contentLocalization value of the items (for example, en-US, de-DE).
Global statusContent, Project contentGlobal status of the items (for example, New, Approved, or Rejected).
BrandProductsProduct brand (for example, Powerful, Fruitful, Healthful).
Product categoryProductsProduct category (for example, Snacks, Beverages, Cereals).
Product familyProductsProduct family (for example, Heathful Chips, Fruitful Leomade, Powerful Granola).
Product statusProductsFlow status (for example, Approved, UnderReview, Created).
AssignmentTasksThe selected value (for example, Assigned to me or Created by me.
PriorityTasksThe selected priority (for example, Blocker, Critical, Major, or Trivial.
StatusTasksThe selected task status (for example, Assigned, In progress, Done, Canceled, Declined, or Waiting.
Task typeTasksSelected task type.
TimeTasksOverdue status.
UserTasksAssigned users. Only tasks where the selected user is an assignee are included.

When you select a filter, the page content is updated to show only those items with the selected filter value. If a filter subset exists (for example, a Documents filter has a filter subset with .docx, .pdf, and .pptx), you can further refine the page content by selecting a value in the filter subset.

To filter page content:

  1. On the Content Hub page (for example, Assets, Content Search, Project content), click the Filters tab.

  2. On the Filters tab, do one of the following:

    • To apply a preset filter, click the filter name (for example, Images, Videos).
    • To apply a filter property if available (for example, Documents), click the arrow next to the filter name and select the additional property you want to filter on (for example, docx, pdf, pptx ).

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