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Status Future consideration
Workspace Control Center
Created by Guest
Created on Oct 26, 2020

Add process name filter

In the Control Center Web console, there is not currently a way to filter by process name. There is for process ID though. Please add a filter for process name.

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

Prior to Control Center 6.1, it was possible to filter by process name. This was useful so that multiple alerts for the same process name could be handled. In Control Center 6.1 +, there is not a way to filter by process name, which means if there are multiple alerts for the same process name, the user must individual select each alert that has the same process name for example.

  • Guest
    Oct 28, 2021

    There may be multiple alerts for the same process name that need to be handled. Adding a filter for process name would help when this situation occurs.