Filter options when choosing deck to queue with
The filtering options in the "Decks" browser are very helpful for narrowing your view down to a helpful subset of decks.
Having the option to use those same filters when selecting decks to queue with would be very helpful.
The current experience of clicking historic -> select decks -> seeing ALL decks and not being able to filter to just historic decks is not particularly perfect. I don't want to choose my standard decks here.
As a user, I want to be able to filter to see only my historic decks when I'm queuing for historic
when I am selecting a deck to play I would like the option to filter out all decks that aren't the current format. for example, If I'm selecting a deck for playing Historic or Timeless I don't want to have to scroll and look through a bunch of standard and explorer decks that are still valid and legal in other formats.
I agree with the posts in this thread.
Color filters would also make it easier to find the specific color decks to complete daily quests, too!
If you're opening the hood to work on the engine for this enhancement, you may want to consider developing in custom deck Tags that would filter in the search box. Example Tags: "Quest", "Counter Spells", "Life Gain", "Epic Jank"
[Deleted User] commented
Yes, please! It's so stupid that we can't.
Clarification: I have over 50 arena decks. And when selecting a match for a larger format, eg. all of my decks are visible *for the historic format* (All of my decks are historic legal, even though they aren't build using the historic format.)
I have over 50 arena decks. And when selecting a match for a larger format, eg. all of my decks are visible (All of my decks are historic legal, even though they aren't build using the historic format.)
I want to be able to filter for the decks that were built for historic.
This is something that can already be done in the "my decks" tab.
Community members have suggested that I add a prefix to my deck names but this doesn't make a difference when selecting a deck for a match because it pulls the most recent decks used. See screenshots that are attached for clarification.