How to Use Quick Filters in Pronnel

Welcome to this tutorial on using Quick Filters in Pronnel to streamline data analysis. In this guide, we'll walk you through what Quick Filters are and how to leverage them to save time and boost your data analysis productivity. Let's dive in!

Understanding Quick Filters

Quick filters helps to switch between different data sets quickly without the hassle of reapplying filters every time.

Quick Filters are handy pre-defined filter options in Pronnel that make filtering data a breeze. They're your secret weapon when you need to switch between different data sets quickly without the hassle of reapplying filters every time.
By default, Pronnel offers the following quick filters, each with a self-explanatory purpose:

  • Items Assigned to me
  • Collaborator items
  • Items without a start date
  • Items without end date
  • Items without tags
  • My mentions
  • Items Assigned by me
  • Items Created by me
  • Starred items
  • Deadline overdue items

There's no need to worry about these default filters; they're straightforward. Now, let's discover how Quick Filters can be a time-saver for your data analysis.

Creating and Using Quick Filters

Before we get into creating Quick Filters, it's crucial to understand that they build upon the concept of regular filters. If you need to get more familiar with using filters in Pronnel, you should check out our Filters tutorial to get the basics.

  • Steps on how to create quick Filters:

    To create a Quick Filter, follow these steps:

    1. Start by accessing the standard Filters option.
      No of Pre defined standard filters to choose from.
    2. Select your desired filter criteria (e.g., High Priority) to narrow your data.

      How to select desired filter criteria to create a quick filter.

Saving Filters as Quick Filters:

Now, let's convert your regular filter into a Quick Filter:

  1. Once your filter criteria are set, save it using the appropriate option, such as "High Priority Filter."

    Set the filter criteria and save it using the appropriate option.
  2. Your newly saved filter will now be accessible via the Quick Filters menu.

    New saved filter is now accessible via Quick Filters menu.
    Quick filter is visible and accessible in menu option.

Benefits of Quick Filters

Quick Filters offer several advantages to streamline your data analysis process:

  1. Time Efficiency:

    Save time by quickly applying pre-defined filters without recreating them each time.

  2. Customization:

    You can save as many filters as needed, allowing you to tailor your data analysis experience.

  3. Consistency:

    Ensure consistent data views by reusing filters whenever necessary.


Quick Filters in Pronnel are your go-to tool for efficient data analysis. By creating and using Quick Filters, you can save time, maintain consistency in your data views, and supercharge your overall data analysis efficiency.
In this tutorial, we've clearly understood what Quick Filters are, how to create them, and their benefits. To unlock the full potential of Pronnel's data analysis capabilities, make the most of Quick Filters and take control of your data analysis process. Happy data analysis!

FAQs -

What are Quick Filters in Pronnel?

Quick Filters in Pronnel are pre-defined filter options allowing users to sort and analyse data based on specific criteria quickly.

How do Quick Filters differ from regular filters?

Quick Filters provide pre-set filtering options for quick access, while regular filters allow you to create custom filtering criteria.

What default Quick Filters are available in Pronnel?

Default Quick Filters in Pronnel include "Items Assigned to me," "Collaborator items," "Items without a start date," and more.

Can I customise Quick Filters in Pronnel?

You can create and save custom Quick Filters based on your specific criteria.

How do I create a Quick Filter using regular filters?

To create a Quick Filter, use the regular Filters option to set your criteria, then save it as a Quick Filter.

Is there a limit to the number of Quick Filters I can create?

No, you can create as many Quick Filters as you need to streamline your data analysis.

How do I access the Quick Filters I've created?

Your custom Quick Filters will be accessible from the Quick Filters menu in Pronnel.

Can I edit or delete Quick Filters?

You can edit or delete Quick Filters you've created to keep your options up-to-date.

Do Quick Filters save time when analysing data?

Absolutely. Quick Filters save time by allowing you to apply pre-defined filters instantly, eliminating the need to recreate them.

How can Quick Filters enhance data analysis efficiency?

Quick Filters ensure consistent data views and reduce the effort of manually reapplying filters for recurring analysis tasks.

What if I'm new to using filters in Pronnel?

If you're new to filters, it's recommended to watch our Filters Tutorial to get a grasp of the basics.

Are Quick Filters only available for specific criteria like priority?

No, you can create Quick Filters for a wide range of criteria based on your specific data analysis needs.

Are Quick Filters available to all users in Pronnel?

Quick Filters can be used by any Pronnel user who wants to streamline their data analysis process.

Can I share my Quick Filters with colleagues in Pronnel?

Yes, you can share the Quick Filters you've created with your colleagues to ensure consistency in data analysis across the team.

How can I get the most out of Quick Filters in Pronnel?

To maximise the benefits of Quick Filters, take advantage of their time-saving features, customise filters to your needs, and maintain consistency in your data analysis.