Explore the different template filter functionalities for TripBuilder

1. Overview

2. Filter Functionalities 

3. How to set up Tag Filter? 



 Important: Discovery Filters are generally enabled on the App. By default, the IBE search results come without filters on top. However, they can be easily enabled on a case-by-case basis. Read the following article for more information. 


Overview

On the Discovery of the TripBuilder application, several Filter options are enabled per default for each instance: 

  • Text Search 
  • Template Visibility 
  • Country Filter 
  • Start and End Airport Filter 

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Additionally, other filters can be enabled based on your requirements. These filters are: 

  • Duration Filter 
  • Start and End Date Filter 
  • Tag Filter

Please Note: Filters can be enabled and disabled according to your preference. Moreover, you can decide the order of the filters. 

Currently, however, this functionality is not visible in settings. Therefore, please get in touch with our support team if you require filter adjustments. 


Filter Functionalities  

Text Search 

Filter applied on searchKeywords. The entered text must have at least one match with one of the entries on searchKeywords. searchKeywords is maintained by the platform and contains information from the template's modules, descriptions and tags, and others. The content of searchKeywords is not strictly defined but should contain all the relevant information for a text search.


Template Visibility 

If enabled, the user will be able to search for both custom and public templates on Explore, otherwise, only public templates will be searched.


Country Filter 

Filter applied on country codes. Country codes contain a list of countries that are visited. Modules, legs, products and connections are checked.


Start and End Airport Filter 

Filter by start location (by IATA-Code or Metropolitan Area). Currently, this filter only works with airports (limitation of the current implementation).

Filter by end location (by IATA-Code or Metropolitan Area). Currently, this filter only works with airports (limitation of the current implementation).


Duration Filter 

Filter applied on descriptive duration. If a minimum duration is set, then the trip's minimum duration must be equal or longer. If a maximum duration is set, then the trip's maximum duration must be equal or shorter.


Start and End Date Filter 

Filter applied on the availability of the template. If set, all templates with an end date greater than the start date are shown.

Filter applied on the availability of the template. If set, all templates with a start date less than the end date are shown.


Tag Filter
Configure tag filters that are visible on Discovery. A tag filter allows the filtering of templates by using tags. Each tag filter must have a label defined (the label is used as the filter's name) and prefix. Only tags with the given prefix will be shown in the tag filter drop down.

How to set up Tag Filter? 

With the help of Tags, additional filters can be created for Discovery. The below steps show an example of a customised filter. Please note that you are able to create different filter options in this way. 

Steps to create a Tag filter and show the correct results based on an example: 

1. Define the Tag filter 

  • Label: e.g. Trip Type 
  • Tag prefix: type_ 
    • Decide if multiple selections should be enabled or not. 
    • Please note: The prefix signals the connection of the filter with the possible drop-down selection options. (see tag labels in the next step)

2. Define Tag Labels

Tag labels are displayed in the drop-down of the Tag Filter instead of the tag. You can define as many Tag Labels as different trip types you offer. (Note that these are only examples, tag labels can be freely created based on your offers.) 

  • Tag: e.g. type_roadtrip 
  • Language label: e.g. Roadtrip 
Other options for this example could be: 
    • type_beachstay / Beachstay 
    • type_family_trip / Family Trip 
    • type_wellness / Wellness 
    • etc. 

Please Note: Steps one and two need to be fulfilled by the Nezasa support team. 


3. Assign the tags to the correlating Template 

  • Create the tags which have defined as tag labels on the template via Create New Tag e.g. type_roadtrip 
  • Once it is created it can be used on any template. 
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  • Select the tag to assign it to the template by clicking on the + icon. 
  • Save and publish the template. 
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Result

If the Tag label is selected in the drop-down, all templates with the assigned tag are filtered and displayed on the Discovery. 

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Please Note: As mention above, currently you are not able to create the filters yourself. Therefore, please get in touch with our support team if you require a new filter or filter adjustments. 


 

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