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On-Fly Subscriptions Filtering
How to filter subscriptions based on their assigned priority levels

Newzie uses priority levels to group subscriptions based on their importance. Priority level can be any number between 1 and 100. When you make use of priority levels, sure you may want to use them to filter subscriptions in the subscriptions panel. For example, you may want to see only those subscriptions that have assigned priority levels higher than 60.

Here is how to construct filtering command based on priorty levels:

Format:

priority[separator][priority value in integer]

Unlike other command formats, in this specific format colon is not used as a separator. Instead equal sign('='), greater-than sign ('>'), less-than sign ('<'),  greater-than-or-equal-to sign ('>='), or less-than-or-equal-to sign ('<=') can be used in order to give mathematical expression so that Newzie can compare priority levels of subscriptions with given level.

Examples:

When you enter 'priority>60' as a filtering command, that makes Newzie lists only those subscriptions that have assigned priorities higher than 60. If you enter 'priority<=60', then it lists only those with priority level less than or equal to 60.

Additional Notes
  • Keep in mind that since you cannot assign a priority level to containers, their priority levels are assumed to be '0'
Related Help Topics & Sections
Priority Levels
How to set priority level of subscription
How to filter subscriptions based on their types
How to filter subscriptions based on their title
How to filter subscriptions based on their last updated dates
How to filter subscriptions based on the folder they are placed under





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