Use Asset Filters

Asset filters have been introduced in June 2022.
The asset filtering section
After selecting the class group to view, you can filter the results with one property filter.
  1. 1.
    In the center column, select the Property from the dropdown
  2. 2.
    Select an operator ( =, <, > )
  3. 3.
    Write a value in the field
A filter showing only Characters who have Strength > 8
You can filter on one property at a time. The list of properties shown is populated by finding all Fields and Properties on the selected class that are using the VaultFilterable attribute. You can add this attribute to your own class fields and properties to get them to appear in the list of filterable data points.
[Range(4, 30)]
public int Strength;
The available filterable properties on the CharacterExample class.
All filterable properties will be added to the list after you select a class from the left column. Note that you can only do a single filter operation and only a few Types are supported at this time:
  • string
  • float
  • int
If you add the attribute to other types you will be met with errors unless they can convert perfectly to one of these supported types. Don't try to go and filter things on some crazy Dictionary field you have or something. It's not that magical yet.