When embedding an inline set into another object and applying a filter to the embedded set (e.g. tasks only relevant to that object), the filter should be retained when changing the view of the embedded set.
HOW COULD IT BE DONE
Filters are retained by default across different views of an inline set. If a user requires more than one filtered version of the set, they can embed it again with different filters
An option when creating the filter to “apply to all views of this inline set”; the user chooses whether it is on or not
REAL WORLD USE CASES
I have a Page for all the information related to an upcoming trip.I have embedded the Task Tracker set and filtered the inline set to show only tasks with the Linked Project “Italy Trip 2023”
When I with from Grid view to Board view, the filter is not respected, and has to be created for that view. I expect the filter to be rained as an attribute of the the inline set
The workaround is to create relevant tasks as objects of Type Task directly in the Page; they show up in the Task Tracker, but the Linked Project then has to be added
I’ve tried this and it does keep the FILTERS when changing the type of view (from grid to gallery for example).
Could it be that you are refering to create a new/second VIEW and you want to keep the FILTERS from the first one? Then what you have to do is duplicate.
If you mean that you changed the SOURCE set and the INLINE should be updated, this is like that by design (I know, right? )
@ThatGuy I cannot reproduce this on Windows. I don’t have an exact replica of your inline set setup, but I can switch between different view types for the same Set view without losing the configured filters. Do you lose the filters no matter from and to which view type (grid, list, kanban, gallery) you switch, or is this only in the case when changing from grid to kanban?