How To Use "Filters"

Dropys has four different types of "filters". A filter, once toggled, will generate a specific list of token holders (from the previously selected NFT collection) that are based on the parameters you selected on the filter screen.

Dropys has four different types of "filters".  A filter, once toggled, will generate a specific list of token holders (from the previously selected NFT collection) that are based on the parameters you selected on the filter screen.

Step 1: Start by selecting a collection to get token holders from.

Step 2: Decide if you want to turn filters to turn on, or "continue without any filters". If you "continue without any filters" you will generate a list of ALL token holders with no filters.

Types Of Filters

Dropys has four different types of "filters".  A filter, once toggled, will generate a specific list of token holders (from the previously selected NFT collection) that are based on the parameters you selected on the filter screen.  

NFT

This filter allows a user to generate a list of addresses based on if they hold a specific NFT or specific NFTs within a range of token IDs.

This filter works great for anyone looking to run "Exclusive offers". For example, you could tweet "The first 100 people to mint will receive an airdrop that acts as a ticket that provides exclusive metaverse access"

Option 1: Token ID
Example: "Token ID" #156 will return one wallet address because only one person can hold a specific token ID at a time.

Option 2: Between Token ID's
Example: "Between Token ID's" will generate a list of ALL token holders that hold NFTs (from the previously selected collection) between token id X and Y.  

Trait

The "Trait" filter will allow a Dropys user to generate a list of wallet addresses that hold an NFT with a specific trait. Simply click the drop down to specific which

Quantity

The "Quantity" filter is great for anyone looking to run a "buy two get one free" campaign. It generates a list of token holders based on how many NFTs they own.

Option 1: Exactly
The "Exactly" drop-down menu item will generate a list of token holders that have exactly that amount.

For example: If you input "exactly 2" like the image below, you will get a list of everyone who currently holds 2 NFTs from the previously selected collection.

Option 2: More Than
The "more than" drop-down menu item will generate a list of token holders that have more than the inputted amount.

For example: If you input "more than 2" like the image below, you will get a list of everyone who currently holds 3 NFTs from the previously selected collection.

Option 3: Less Than
The "less than" drop-down menu item will generate a list of token holders that have less than the inputted amount.

For example: If you input "less than 2" like the image below, you will get a list of everyone who currently holds 1 NFT from the previously selected collection.

Time

The "Time" filter is great for anyone looking to run a "limited-time offer" campaign. It generates a list of token holders based on when they purchased.

Example: You could tweet "Everyone who purchases an NFT by 11/14/2022 at 3:57 AM will receive a rare/limited edition NFT."

Review

Once you've toggled the filters you want (or decided to get ALL token holders and continue without a filter) simply review the number of wallets and verify it's from the expected collection.

If everything looks good, congratulations! You have successfully generated a list of token holders based on specific filters.

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