Global filters

Global filters


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Global filters define a set of consistent criteria for users to select a subset of data. Once configured, global filters appear on the following pages:

Click the Filters box in a supported page to display the configured filters. To select a filter, click it.

Define a global filter

To define a global filter, you must have administrative privileges.

  1. In the navigation menu, click Go to Admin and then select Platform > Global Filters.
  2. Click Create.
  3. Add values to the following fields:
    • Global filter category name: A name by which to group your filters. For example, the category Environment might contain filters for dev, test, and production.
    • Label name: A label from a metric, which you want to filter by.
    • Matcher: A list of label names. Matchers support regular expressions.
    • Default value: Set an optional default value for this global filter. This value should be one of the values from the Label name.
    • Values: Label values. In the previous example, dev, test, and production are label values.
  4. Click Save.

To edit a filter:

  1. Click the vertical dots icon in the row with the filter name.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. Update the filter values.
  4. Click Save.

To delete a filter, click the vertical dots icon in the row with the filter name, and then click Delete.