You have the option to apply a filter in the portal by appending this format to the end of the portal URL:
In this example, the portal will filter results based on the "Status" field. It's important to note that the Client-side filter needs to be enabled for this feature to function. When a filter is specified in the URL, the filter button will not be visible.
On the legacy site app.miniextensions.com
There’s an option to add a formula that generates a unique URL for every record in your table. It can be used as a dynamic view generator for a group of records. Allowing users to skip the search page and go directly to their personal view automatically.
You can use this to generate a user-specific view automatically by passing the filters as URL parameters. Similar to this feature in Airtable:
But it's a bit different from how it works in Airtable. It limits the data before it's loaded (for privacy and security reasons). Data are not all loaded and then filtered.\