Data Driven Actions
|Add Filter on a Feed List||Use this action to reduce the items in a feed list. Every time you use this action with a new search string, it will continue to reduce the number of displayed items to those that match all the added filters.|
|Clear Filter on a Feed List||Select a Feed List that has a search/filter applied and clear that filter.|
|Hide Component if empty||The reverse of Show if empty, this will hide the component if the parameter is empty, used with Feed fields or global variables, i.e. use the square bracket replacements.|
|Reset Feed List||Resets to the top of the Feed List.|
|Scroll Feed List to the bottom||Scrolls down to the bottom of the list.|
|Set Animated Feed Item Index||Set up a change in the flow of the items that are being shown/viewed. Having created an Animated Feed Component, select that Component from the dropdown and then set the mode to change the flow of items to either ‘Show Next’ or ‘Show Previous’.|
|Set Disabled when empty||Disables a button on a page if the parameter is empty, could be a global variable.|
|Set Feed Item Button disabled on empty||Disables a button inside a Feed Item if the parameter is empty – parameter could be a Feed field or a global variable.|
|Set Feed Items Index||Set up a change for the items being shown/viewed as individual Feed Item Views. Having created a Feed Item View Component, select that Component from the dropdown and then set the mode for the change of item – Show Next, Show Previous, Loop, Random, Data bound Index.|
|Set Feed URL||Point a Feed List, Animated Feed Item, or a Feed Item View component at a new location|
|Set Filter on a Feed List||Allows you to apply a text search filter to a Feed List component from your project. For example, you may have a Feed List of properties for sale and you want to filter it to a particular suburb. You can search for text from a Text Entry component, or just text you specify. Parameters are:|
|Show Component if empty||If parameter is empty then show the Component (i.e. make it visible) otherwise hide it.|
Video tutorial on adding the Action 'Set Filter on a Feed List'
Please Note: Again this video uses an older version of Umajin but it is still useful to have a demonstration of how to use the action, ‘Set Filter on a Feed List’. Although the CMS is now called the Dashboard the process remains fundamentally the same.