Thank you for joining MSN Media and FM academy for the webinar titled RecentRecords in FileMaker 14. We apologize for the audio issues we had at the beginning and end of the live webinar. Fortunately, the video below has none of the audio issues.
This webinar focused on:
FileMaker provides many excellent tools for searching and finding records within a solution. RecentRecords takes it to the next level. Much like searching Google for results, or using a web history to find a site that you’ve recently visited, implementation of RecentRecords into your FileMaker solution will streamline your searches and navigation, simplifying daily tasks and bring user-specific lists of recently-viewed records on the home layout. It’s simple to implement, and requires: a triggered script, one table with just a few fields, and a portal to display records.
During this webinar you learned:
- The elements of single-field searches, including: pre-process, iterate, rank and display.
- Relevance rank system (as users search for records, relevant metadata is stored. The next time a similar search is done, the Relevance table is searched and the related record is displayed).
- Adding RecentRecords in your solution, thus allowing each user to see a list of recently viewed records and navigate to them with a single click.
- How implementing these steps will improve your business.
Who Should Attend?
- FileMaker Developers and Users
- Project Managers
- Business Owners/Department Managers
About the Sponsor and Presenter:
Matt Navarre, President of MSN Media, Inc and member of FM Academy, will present the November webinar. Matt is a certified FileMaker developer who has been developing database solutions since 1983. Matt won FileMaker Evangelist of the Year award in 2011, authored the fmSearchResults software and hosts the FileMaker Talk podcast.
This webinar is offered by the FM Academy, a consortium of leading FileMaker development companies in the United States. All FM Academy members are platinum-level members of the FileMaker Business Alliance, and our purpose is to further educate FileMaker users and developers to encourage best practices and foster further adoption of the software.