Go to the Orders page. On the left side, right below New (#) you will find a light blue button called Filter.


You can begin filtering your Orders by pressing on that button and selecting your Filter Type.


Press on your selected filter, for this example I've chosen Order Price. I can now choose weather I want to find orders that are greater, lower or exactly like a specific price. I have chosen to show all orders with the total price above 23.


All I need to do now is press Add and wait for the orders to sort out.


From here, if I want to, I can add more filters. In this case I will choose that all orders would be further filtered to display  from United Kingdom.

If I decide that this combination of Filters I plan to use multiple times in the future, I can click Save near the end of the displayed filter. 


This will open a pop-up allowing me to save this filter set for future use.


We can now go into Filters and Instead of Add a new filter, we can now press on the Saved Filters and choose from the list of our saved options and press Apply.

Quick Note on the filter types:

Order Price: filter by price less, greater or equal to the orders total.
Order Date: filter orders by before or after a certain date.
Shipping Country: filter by orders shipped to specific country.
Shipping City: include or exclude orders depending on specific city.
Billing Country: filter by orders shipped to specific country.
Billing City: include or exclude orders depending on specific city.
Store: filter our orders from specific Sales Channel.
Member: filter our orders assigned to specific Team Members.
Product Name: include or exclude orders containing a specific Inventory item.
Product SKU: include or exclude orders containing a specific SKU.
Supplier: filter our orders containing items from a specific Supplier.
Shipping Total: filter by price less, greater or equal to the shipping cost.
Shipped Sate: filter orders shipped by before or after a certain date.
Shipping Service: filter our orders containing a specific shipping service.
Tag: include or exclude orders containing a specific Tag.

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