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5922420_FTMV30012_QA_ROCS_FTM Ticket for Viewing Filters on DOJO Screens
Not able to view which filters are selected on the DOJO screens unless you hover over gray area on the screen
We would like to be able to have the option to view with filters are currently selected on the Inbound Transmission screens. Currently this is only shown by hovering over the grey header bar about file information. This is important also in the fact that being able to see what if currently filtered or not being filtered. This could display incorrect results of what the user is searching for.
We left the write-up in the document more “generic” in the sense that this concept should apply generally to screens vs. something specific to the Inbound Transmissions screen. Our thought was the system should handle this consistently across screens.
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