A query is composed of terms and operators.
There are two types of terms:
A single term is a single word such as
A sequence is a group of words surrounded by double quotes, such as
To combine multiple terms into a complex query, you can use any of the following Boolean operators:
|Intersection: Both terms are in the selected views (if nothing is added, AND is taken by default).|
|Union: Either term is contained in the selected views.|
|Exclusion: The following term is not in the view.|
Use the search bar’s autocomplete functionality to complete your queries with existing values.
Escape special characters
Searching on a facet value that contains special characters requires escaping or double quotes. The following characters are considered special:
\ requires escaping with the
The same logic is applied to spaces within views facet names. Views facets should not contain spaces, but if they do, spaces must be escaped.
For example, if a facet is named
user.first name, perform a facet search by escaping the space:
To perform a multi-character wildcard search, use the
* symbol. For example,
@http.url:https:\/\/* matches every view that has a URL starting with
>= to perform a search on numerical attributes. For example, retrieve all sessions with more than five errors:
You can search for a numerical attribute within a specific range. For example, retrieve all sessions with an error count between three and ten:
@session.error.count:[3 TO 10].
- Searches all views containing
/department/sofas in the attribute
- Searches all views containing a value in
view.path attribute that start with
@view.loading_time:[1s TO 3s] @view.url_path:\/department\/sofas\/*
- Searches all views with a
loading_time between one and three seconds with a value in the
@view.url_path attribute that starts with
Saved Views contain your search query, columns, sort order, time range, and facets.
Additional helpful documentation, links, and articles: