The center panel of the Markers screen shows a markers list:
The markers list can display the following columns:
- ID - A unique identification number that the marker gets automatically, when created.
- Name - The name of the marker.
- Primary Category - The primary category that this marker is assigned to. The categories are defined on the Marker Categories screen. You can set the primary category under Actions.
- Address - The physical street address of the marker.
- City - The city that the marker is in.
- State - The state that the marker is in.
- Zip Code - The ZIP code that the marker is in.
- Latitude - The latitude coordinate where the marker is located.
- Longitude - The longitude coordinate where the marker is located.
- Shape - The shape of the marker: "Circle" or "Polygon".
- Radius - The radius of the marker's area, if the marker's shape is a circle.
- Secondary Categories - The secondary categories that this marker is assigned to. The categories are defined on the Marker Categories screen. You can set the secondary categories under Actions.
- Tags - The tags that are associated with this marker. The tags are defined on the Tags screen's Markers tab. You can add tags under Actions.
- Stop Id - (Applicable if you have Verizon Connect® Response™) A unique identifier that can be used as stops for jobs and routes.
- Territory - (Applicable if you have Verizon Connect® Response™) The territory that the marker is in. You can define territories on the Territories screen under Jobs & Routes.
- Created - The date and time when the marker was first created.
- Created By - The username of the user who created the marker.
- Updated - The date and time when the marker was last updated.
- Updated By - The username of the user who last updated the marker's details.
To sort data by column, click the down arrow to the right of the column and select Sort ascending or Sort descending. Not all columns can be sorted.
To show or hide a column, click the down arrow to the right of the column, select Columns, and either select or clear the check box next to the column name.
Filtering the Markers List
To view a smaller subset of markers, you can either use the filter in the upper left corner or one of the predefined views from the list in the left panel.
To use a predefined view, select one of the views in the left panel.
The number next to the view name shows how many markers are in the view.
When you select a view, click the Filter button to see the filters that are applied. You can add more filters to narrow down the markers list further.
To easily find a view, start typing its name into the Filter views field in the lower part of the screen.
The filter views available under the Status section include:
Using the Filter
You can apply one or more filters to narrow down the list of markers. Click Filter to open the filter pop-up.
Each filter consists of the following elements:
- Property - Select a property from the list, for example "Name".
- Operator - Click the current operator, for example "contains", and select a different operator if required.
- Value - Enter text or a number into the text field, for example "Smith" for the name property.
To add a new filter, click Add filter.
To remove a single filter, click the x beside the filter. To remove all filters, click Clear All.
If you have more than one filter, an "and" displays between the filters. The "and" means that all filters must apply, for markers to show in the markers list. If you want to show the markers for one or more of the filters, change the "and" to an "or". To do this, click the "and" and change it to an "or". You can change only the first "and" or "or", because "and" and "or" operators must match within a filter.
To select multiple markers in the list, you can choose one of the following methods:
- To select specific markers, select the check boxes next to the markers in the list.
- To select specific markers, click one marker, hold down the Ctrl key and click the other markers.
- To select a range of markers, click the first marker in the range, hold down the Shift key and click the last marker in the range.
- To select all markers, select the check box in the upper left corner of the markers list.