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You can filter AlertSite UXM’s Dashboard to show only the monitors and monitor groups you are interested in. For example, you can see only monitors in error, or only monitors with a specific name prefix. Use the or Add Filter buttons to open the filter options / choose which type of data you want to view. Find more information about that below.
You can also save your filters as custom views that can be reused. Views are shared among all users in your AlertSite account, and are listed under the Select a view menu at the top of the dashboard. You can quickly switch between them and set a default view.
The default view is used when you open the Dashboard. It has the icon in the list of views. Default views are user-specific and each user can have their own default view.
Tip: For your default view, select only the monitors you are responsible for or must focus on.
When you create a view, there is an option to set it as the default one. You can also change your default view at any time.
Views can be public (shared) and private, which determines who can see them.
public views are shared with all users in your AlertSite account. This is the default option for new views. Public views can contain both public and private monitor groups, but private groups are visible only to the group owners. Other users will see only the public groups in this view.
private views are visible only to you (the logged-in user) and not other users.
You can create views that include specific monitors and groups, or that use a filter such as “only API monitors” or “only monitors that failed in the last 12 hours”.
To create a view:
Configure the filter to include the desired monitors and groups.
Expand the Groups and Monitors lists, and select the check box next to the monitors and groups you want to see.
You can create a custom filter based on the following conditions (any combination of them):
For example, the following filter will show only API monitors whose name contains “report“ and that had errors within the selected dashboard time frame.
At the top, enter a name for the view.
The created view will be automatically activated.
Under the Select a view menu, you can select any combination of monitors and monitor groups you want to see.
Specify the filter conditions: the search string, monitor types and groups, status (Good / Bad).
For status filters, also select the time period to account for (the default value is last 24 hours).
You can remove individual filters by clicking in the list of the applied filters.
To remove all filters, click Clear All on the right.
To return the Dashboard to its default (unfiltered) state, click Clear All in the list of filters.
Alternatively, you can deactivate the selected view:
To change a view’s filter condition or rename a view: