My question is similar to a question in another post:
https://community.quickbase.com/communities/community-home/digestviewer/viewthread?GroupId=103&MID=33881&CommunityKey=d860b0f8-6a48-487b-b346-44c47a19a804&tab=digestviewerI'm essentially wanting to do the same thing. I want to create a handful of reports that are able to search one specific field only (i.e. the 'Notes' field) for specific keywords using the search tool.I know I can make fields unsearchable. However, that doesn't fit my need. This would need to be accomplished at the report level for it to work.More details:I'm looking for the best way to exclude a handful of fields from being searchable (or include/search only one specific field) when using the search bar in all of our Kanban reports.When using the search tool here...It will search every field that is searchable.I know that I can go into the field and deselect the searchable field here:However, I don't want to make the field unsearchable in every report, only a handful of them.One thought I had is to control the searchability from the report level here, but not sure if there's a place to do that...Any recommendations?
If leveraging the new #Dashboards feature is an acceptable solution, this will give you the ability to filter on one column only (without changing global field settings).
Here's a link to the documentation: https://help.quickbase.com/user-assistance/using_dashboards.html
Also, @James Travaglini covers this in an Empower Quick Hit here:
You could even throw many Kanban reports on one dashboard and filter them all at the same time.