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How to see/edit filters in a saved search?

  • 31 December 2022
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I have a number of saved searches. (see attached).  If I go to this list, and I want to see the criteria I have set for a specific search, how can I do so?   The edit pencil allows me to change the name but I don’t see where I can update the specific filters for a given saved search.   

For example, I have a saved search for a specific tracker called “Good Question” and then that filter is also set for specific groups of people.   If I want to add or remove a person and save the filter, how would I do so?   It seems to me the only way I can do that is to delete it and rebuild it from scratch which can’t be right.   

Any insight is appreciated. Thanks!

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Best answer by Nicole Pettit 3 January 2023, 17:14

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Hey @Joe Barrow, happy new year!

Good question — I will pass this along to the team when we are all back online on Tuesday.

Thank you for your patience! 

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Hi, @Joe Barrow!  Happy New Year!!! Click here for a video I recorded for you walking you through the answers to your questions - please let us know if you need further clarification or if you have any additional questions! ​​​​​​

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Hi Nicole - I tried to record my thanks for the video but it was making me create an account so I stopped.   I use video all the time like you did, really appreciate you showing vs just typing an email.   So much easier to follow.   Thanks also for the voiceover.   Sometimes when people use video they just point with the mouse with no sound.   Drives me nuts.   Big A+ from my side.  I appreciate the support.  Joe

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Thank you @Nicole Pettit, and thanks @Joe Barrow for your question! 

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Happy to help, @Joe Barrow!!! And I totally agree with you about the video 😊 Really appreciate your feedback! Let us know if you have any additional questions and have a great 2023!!! 

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