What are the filters in Darzin? 

Darzin offers a range of filters to help categorise, and slice-and-dice data to meet your tracking and reporting requirements.
Key filters include:

  • Contact Group: Formal or informal groups of Stakeholders (people or organisations)

  • Communication Method: List of engagement and consultation methods

  • Classification Tree: List of consultation topics (issues, opportunities, aspirations, suggestions)

  • Zone: List of project stages, sub-project elements or specific initiatives. Use to separate interactions only.

  •  Region: Formal or informal groups of properties (land parcels). Use to separate properties only.

  • Custom fields: Customised fields to track more information about stakeholders, interactions, properties, or complaints.


How to choose the right filters for the database settings? 

To set up your stakeholder engagement project to get the most out of Darzin it is important to understand the use purpose of each Darzin
filter, their best use, their interrelationships with other filters, and their limitations.

We recommend that you consider which filters you might need right at the design phase so you can start capturing and recording all
required data right from the beginning in a consistent manner.

Sign up to our training programs, we’ll help you choose the right filters and configure them in the way that help you capture, track and
report on engagement data to satisfy your requirements.

How do I set up my filters in Darzin? 

All filters can be set up under the Admin menu (Admin> Setup Project). You need administrator access to configure the database settings.

Are there templates for database settings? 

Darzin templates for key filters (e.g., Classification Tree and Contact Group) are available as part of the organisation license package.
The templates are tailored for each client sector to suit their business needs (e.g., mining, utility, infrastructure, health, property development).
Please contact us at [email protected] for details.

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