A small annoyance: Sometimes when I type something in the search field, I don’t type the second character quickly enough - and an automatic search begins just for the first character I typed. In a long list, that can freeze the program for a long time or even cause a crash. Can you tweak so that the search doesn’t begin till after at least two characters have been entered?
Agree. I would suggest three characters. Doubt I would ever search for a two letter word. That would be three including any prefixes like #.
Fully agree - this is high on my list too.
A suggested approach could be
- Auto-Search should wait for 3 characters, before kicking in
- User can manually initiate the search by pressing Enter, in case he decides to only search using less than 3 characters.
We’ve added 3 characters limit for the filtering at https://beta.checkvist.com, please try it out and let me know if we can improve anything else here. Apart from general page performance and filtering - this is planned, but it is a tough task.
All the best and thanks for the feedback
Much better! Many thanks (as usual).
Thank you maxkir. Your fast response is appreciated.
Hi @maxkir - can we also fix this on mobile app.
I have observed for a while that my lists run quite sluggish on the mobile (side-note) and the above change can help
Hi @saurabhg9 , we’ll definitely include this into our next update of the mobile app, but I cannot promise we’ll do it soon or promise any specific date at all. Hopefully, within a couple of months.