I have 2 questions about searching by number within the content builder.
1. Is it possible to search on 2 numbers (e.g. number 12)
2. and is it possible to have the search only take place over the numbers whose clothes have not been handed in…
I will explain the system a little further for clarification.
This system is used by, among others, soccer clubs www.shootthesoccer.com . These clubs have shirts for the competition that they distribute to their players. These clothes are mostly provided with number labels. And those number labels are linked to the person whose clothing belongs to.
And that's what clubs can use our system for... keeping track of who has what clothes.
After a match there is often still a lot of clothing lying around (especially with the youth )… So it would be very useful if they could quickly type in a number to see who the clothing belongs to.
BUT… per person/member there are up to 10 pieces of clothes they can put in… And if someone turned in their shirt because it is too small or they leave the club… then this clothes still come up when you search the number.
Thomas has a competition shirt size S with label 333.
Thomas no longer fits it and returns it. He gets a shirt size M with label 456.
Sam is new to the club and now gets shirt label 333, which belonged to Thomas first.
If you are now looking for label 333, ONLY Sam should come forward and Thomas no longer .... because he has the shirt
I hope I explained it clearly and you can use it... I look forward to hearing from you!
Thank you for reaching out with your questions. Regarding your inquiries about searching by number within the content builder, here are the answers:
1. Yes, it is possible to search for two numbers within the content builder. You can input both numbers (e.g., number 12) and the system will search for any matches based on those numbers.
2. In terms of searching for numbers only among the clothes that have not been handed in, it is indeed possible to configure the search to exclude clothes that have already been returned. This way, when you search for a number, only the clothes that have not been handed in will be included in the search results.
Based on the system you described, it is designed to help soccer clubs keep track of clothing allocation and ownership. It allows clubs to assign number labels to clothes and link them to specific individuals. By using the system, clubs can quickly determine the owner of a piece of clothing by typing in the corresponding number.
In cases where multiple clothes are assigned to a person, such as up to 10 pieces per member, the system can still handle the search efficiently. If a person returns a specific item, like a shirt, and it is reassigned to another member, the search results will only display the current owner of that item. Therefore, when searching for a particular number, only the current owner will be identified, not the previous owner who returned the clothing.
I hope this clarifies your questions. If you have any further inquiries or need additional assistance, please let me know.