Currently, filters that are possible in WebSked or Composer regarding the wires are not enough wrt the current capabilities used by the newsroom.
You'll find here after the different capabilities expected:
I am able to define and save a filter. Once I apply a saved filter, results show up. The result list is updated in real-time any time a new wire corresponding to the filter gets imported in Arc
I can search on a specific day or over a period of time. I can also search on a relative period (ie "since x minutes/hours/days)
I can search in one screen wires of any type (text only, picture only or mix)
I can search on one or many agencies at a time
I can search on one or many categories of wires. Note: wires bear an information called 'Category' that enables their sorting. Categories are a static list
I can search on any metadata existing in the data model (cf. ANS format) - especially priority
I can filter on languages. Note: Belgium is a multi-lingual country and we receive wires both in French and Flemish; German could also be possible
I can filter based on an full-text search words present in the title, body and metadata or oppositely, words that are NOT present in the title, body and metadata.
I can "test" my query thanks to a specific call2action button. The result of the action is that I can see the number of results of my query. It allows me to decide my filters are sufficiently specific
I can configure the maximum number of results I want to see and I can sort by date, title, type, agency (aka distributor), category, priority
Once a filter is selected, the result screen/list shows up. It is a dynamic result screen that refreshes each time a new wire corresponding to filter criteria is uploaded in Arc
I can setup alerts: an alert is configured according to same criteria as search filters. The difference is that when a wire corresponds to an alert, a notification is sent or a pop-up appears on user screen (preferred option: Slack direct message to the user)
In the result screen, I see the list of results corresponding to my search. I can see wire date, title, type, agency, category and priority. Each wire is presented over 1 single line to maximize the number of wires presented (on half laptop screen, I can read 25 wires)
When I click once on a result, then I see a preview of the wire (I can read the text or image and see related metadata).
When I double-click, it opens the wire in the text editor