Create and Modify Custom Filter Presets

Create and Modify Custom Filter Presets

Learn how to create and apply custom filter presets to your scans

 

You may find yourself applying the same filters to multiple scans. Creating a filter preset allows you to save filters so that you can apply the same filters to future scans.

 

Apply Filters

 

Before creating a preset, you need to open an existing scan and apply filters that you would like to create a preset with.

 

To get to the filters sidenav menu, open a previously run scan and click the “filters” button in the top right hand corner.

 

To apply a filter, click a column in the sidenav to expand the dropdown and add a filter argument. Filter arguments have a logical operator (eg. Less Than) and a value to evaluate against. Click the add button to submit the filter to be appleid to the scan.

 

Toggle Hide/Show Columns

 

Presets can also save your column visibility. Click the visibility icon on each column to toggle hide/show.

 

Create a Preset

 

Once you are satisfied with the filters and column visibility, you can create a preset with these options.

 

Within the filter sidenav menu, click the options icon in the top right hand corner and select “Create Preset”. This will open a pop up for you to give the preset a name. Click save to save your preset.

 

Load a Preset

 

After opening a scan, apply a previously created filter by clicking the options icon in the filter sidenav menu and selecting “Load Preset” and selecting the preset you wish to apply.

 

Loading another preset will not layer on top of the previously applied preset.

 

Update an Existing Preset

 

If you wish to edit an existing preset, first load the preset you wish to edit. Next, add or remove filters to/from the preset. When satisfied with the filters applied, click the options icon in the filter sidenav menu and select “Save Preset”.

 

You will prompted to confirm you wish to update the preset. Click the save button to confirm.

 

Delete a Preset

 

If you have no need for a previously created preset, you can opt to delete the preset.

 

To delete a preset, first load the preset you wish to delete. Next, click the options icon in the filter sidenav menu and select “Delete Preset”.