Additional filter options allow you to restrict the list to certain members or access modifiers. By default, these options are hidden. To display them, click .
There are four groups of additional filters: Members, Types, Access, and Scope.
Use the member filters to specify which kind of members are included in the list. To include a member in the Quick Navigation list, push the corresponding button down.
Parameters and local variables (in the active method or property)
Right-click a filter button to invoke the context menu. This menu contains commands that allow you to quickly include or exclude all members.
Use type filters to specify which kinds of types are included in the list.
Right-click a filter button to invoke the context menu. This menu contains commands that allow you to quickly include or exclude all types.
Use access filters to specify the visibility (e.g., private, public, etc.) of identifiers contained in the list.
Access filter settings don't affect the Parameters and local variables filter ().
Use scope filters to determine which files and namespaces supply identifiers to the list. These options function like radio buttons, so only one option is available. By default, the list contains identifiers from all opened files. To speed up the performance, select the 'Current file' scope filter.
All files, including miscellaneous files not part of the active solution.
All files that belong to the current solution.
All files that belong to the current project.
The current namespace.
The current file.
This product is designed for outdated versions of Visual Studio. Although Visual Studio 2015 is supported, consider using the CodeRush extension with Visual Studio 2015 or higher.