@Pch I see your point, maybe the solution will be setting up a specif table to embed to check against the filters I need: It will have just one row, with every filter set up formula in every column
The top down structure I am using won’t be possible but at least i try to program buttons to clear the selected value (if possible)
The use I am planning is a filtered search that will find any note filled in task that meets certain criteria so If the task is deep down a multi layered project I don’t have to worry to navigate through the project folder structure: maybe I remember that it’s related to a project, or th task name is fresh in my mind and i can directly go to it without filtering for projects and domain. Maybe I Just remember only the domain, personal for i.e. and then i want to check all the personal projects, and then select the task of the selected project,
The whole idea it’s actualization of notes of a task after a meeting or a brain storm. I can then select the still relevant notes, pass it to a table where i can add new ones or edit the selected in a more clarified way, than with a push of the button automatically update the filed Notes in the task still selected on the main filter above.
The need to get back to a clear state of all selection filters is to automatically start fresh cleaning all fields with just a single push of a button. There is a ton of automation available in Coda to tap into.