Well, “classic” approach to filtering doesn’t have any button involved; the list should be filtered automatically based on Input box value… which sometimes could be slow
Of course you could “simulate” the search button, for example:
- create “search string” property in User’s collection
- use this value from this property as a list filter
- update property’s value from the input, by pressing the “Search” button.
You will also need to have a hidden “empty input” somewhere, so that you could “reset” the value of the “search string” when needed (I’m not aware how this could be done differently - there is no way to “zero out” the value of the property in a collection).
Not sure how faster this will work though At least user will have the feeling that the search is kind of being performed
Best regards, Victor.