From the Browse Packages page, you can view all of the location packages in your Reel-Scout™ version 10 system. This function is useful for checking on those packages that have been worked on most recently, or for finding packages that haven’t been updated in a while.

To access a listing of all of your film office’s location packages, select View All Packages from the Projects sub-menu on the left-hand side of the page.

Clicking View All Packages will take you to the Browse Packages Page. This screen includes interactive sorting tools that will help you to find the package that you are looking for quickly.

1. Filter Results By

Narrow the number of packages that are being viewed by clicking on Filter Results By.

Clicking Filter Results By will open up a new dialogue box featuring all of the available selections: Project Name, Project Title, Date Last Sent, Created By, Date Created (From), and Date Created (To). Only one filter needs to be applied to filter your results. You can use as many filters as you wish, in any combination to find the package that you are looking for. Select the Search button to apply the filters you have set and refresh the list of projects that are displayed.

a. Project Name

The full or partial name of the project can be entered here, and RS10 will display only those project titles that match what you have entered.

b. Package Title.

The full or partial name of the package can be entered here. RS10 will display only those package titles that match what has been entered in this window.

c. Date Last Sent

This filtering parameter allows you to restrict your results to packages that were last sent on a particular date. Date Last Sent is a calendar field; clicking on the window reveals a calendar from which the date can be selected. You may also enter the date manually in MM/DD/YYYY format.

d. Created By

Created By is a drop-down menu that features the names of your film office’s staff. This field allows you to restrict the displayed results to packages that were created by a particular individual.

e. Date Created (From)

This calendar field allows you to instruct RS10 to search for projects created on the date selected and later. In can be used in conjunction with the Date Created (To) field (to create a range) or as a standalone parameter. Clicking Date Created (From) reveals a calendar from which a date can be selected, or the date may be entered manually in MM/DD/YYYY format.

f. Date Created (To)

This calendar field allows you to instruct RS10 to search for projects created up to and including a selected date. In can be used in conjunction with the Date Created (From) field (to create a range) or as a standalone parameter. Clicking Date Created (To) reveals a calendar from which a date can be selected, or the date may be entered manually in MM/DD/YYYY format.

2. Search by Alpha

Clicking a letter will narrow the sort only to those packages whose titles start with that letter. Clicking the # will display those packages beginning with numerals. Clicking All will return the full list of packages to your search results, in alphabetical order.

3. Sort Results By

The list of packages can be sorted by clicking on the column header. The order of each column listing can be changed (ascending/descending or alphabetical A to Z/Z to A) by clicking the triangle that appears next to each column header that you select. Lists can be sorted by:

  • Package Title
  • Project Title
  • Created By
  • Date Created
  • Date Last Sent

4. Previous & Next Page

To page backward and forward through the list of packages, click on the double arrows before and after each page number (at the bottom of the page). You can choose to view 25, 50, or 100 locations per page. The page number that you are currently on is also displayed on the upper left-hand side of the screen. You can also click on the individual numbers to go to that page. Clicking on the double arrows with the line will take you to the first or last page of your search results.

6. Package and Project Titles

Each Package’s title is listed next to the first photo of the location. Clicking on the title will take you to the Project Package page. Project titles are also clickable and will allow you to view the Project Overview page.

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