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Status Planned for future release
Workspace Control Center
Created by Guest
Created on Oct 21, 2020

Allow users to save filters in the Web console

Our operators are responsible for monitoring a particular set of servers. Currently, the users would need to either select the servers they want to monitor Active Alerts and Queued Activity for from the Java swing console or they will need to filter the servers from the Web console everyday. It would be nice if the user could save their filtered servers saved in their user preferences.

What is your industry? Non-Industry Specific
How will this idea be used?

Our operators are responsible for monitoring a particular set of servers. Currently, the users would need to either select the servers they want to monitor Active Alerts and Queued Activity for from the Java swing console or they will need to filter the servers from the Web console everyday. It would be nice if the user could save their filtered servers saved in their user preferences.