Let's create some Filter Views within your Topics and Collections to apply to the multiple facets of UpContent.
Topics and Collections Filter View Creation:
The first thing you will want to do is create your Topic or Collection, after that, we are ready to create our Filter Views.
You will want to set your different filtering options within your Topic or Collection (check out this article to learn more about the different filtering options within UpContent!). Once you set the specified filters for your curation purposes, click Save As... and give your Filter View a name!
Navigate to your Collections Source menu by editing your Collection (to edit a Collection, this can be done by clicking the Collections name at the top of the screen, and a drop-down menu will appear. Once the menu appears click "Edit Collection Name"). Once you are here, change the Source drop-down to either Topics or Collections and select the Topic or Collection you would like to source. Next, whenever you select the filters you would like to apply to your sourced Topic or Collection you can click "Create New", creating your Filter View.
Applying Power-Ups to a Collection:
You can also create a filter within your Power-Ups menu in the Collection Editor. Select your Collection, and edit that Collection (to edit a Collection, this can be done by clicking the Collections name at the top of the screen, and a drop-down menu will appear. Once the menu appears click "Edit Collection Name"). From here, you will select the Power-up you would like to incorporate with your Collection and begin the process of activating said Power-Up. Within the Power-Ups' activation process, you will be able to select the filters to create a new Filter View within the process of applying your Power-Up to the Collection by simply clicking "Create New" below the Collection Filter Settings option. Here you will also have the ability to apply your Limit and Offset Filters as well.
Creating and Editing your Gallery:
When you are creating a Gallery, you can also create a Filter View simultaneously. Whenever you are selecting the filters for your Gallery to determine what content is displayed for your audience you can save that Filter View by simply clicking "Create New". Here you will also have the ability to apply your Limit and Offset Filters as well.
Once you have created your Filter View, you can apply that Filter View to numerous functions throughout the UpContent platform.
If you need to update your Filter View, you can do this by simply changing one of the filter's parameters within your Topic or Collection and clicking "Save Changes" under the Filter Views' drop-down.
Accidentally made a change to your Filter View? Before you click "Save Changes" simply click "Clear Changes" and the filters will revert to your previously saved Filter View settings.