Saved views allow you to save the state of the Test Visibility Explorer on the Test Runs page and enable effective troubleshooting by providing you with quick access to scoped queries, relevant facets, visualization options, and the time range.

Saved views can keep track of your:

  • Test runs
  • Search queries (such as flaky tests)
  • Column sort order
  • Live time range (such as the past hour or the past week)
  • Visualizations (such as a timeseries, toplist, table, or distribution graph)
  • Subset of facets

You can also use saved views to share common queries and configurations with your teammates.

Saved views

Update, rename, and delete actions are disabled for read-only users.

To access your saved views, expand > Views to the left in the Test Visibility Explorer.

Access Saved Views by clicking the tab to the left of Test Visibility

All saved views except for the default view are shared across the organization, including custom saved views created by users. These are editable by anyone in your organization and display the user’s avatar who created the view.

Click Save to create a custom saved view from the current content in the Test Visibility Explorer.

You can:

  • Load or reload a saved view
  • Update a saved view with the current view’s configuration
  • Rename or delete a saved view
  • Share a saved view through a short link
  • Favorite a saved view to add it to your Saved Views list accessible in the navigation menu

Default views

You can set a saved view to be your default landing page in the Test Visibility Explorer. Default views are set per user and have no impact on your organization.

Temporarily override your default saved view by completing an action in the UI or opening links in the Test Visibility Explorer that embeds a different configuration.

In the default view entry in the Views panel, you can:

  • Click on the entry to reload your default view
  • Update your default view with the current parameters
  • Reset your default view back to the default setting for a fresh restart

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