Primary Tag Filtering in Reports

Audit, web journey and mobile journey reports can be filtered by primary tags defined by your organization. Primary tags are the ones you use most frequently or expect to see most often on your pages.

In order to use tag filtering, you must first define your primary tags in the Manage Tags tab of your Account Settings. See Manage Tags for information on defining primary tags.

Filtering

Tag filtering is available for any report based on tag data, including web and app journey reports. One or more tags must have the Tag Filter setting turned on in the Manage Tags tab to use the report filter option. If no tags have their Tag Filter selection turned on, the Tag Filtering button seen at the top of your reports will be inactive.

The Tag Filtering button is inactive (left) until one or more tags are defined as a primary tag.

When tag filtering is turned on, tag based reports will only show data for those tags with the Tag Filter turned  on in Manage Tags.

Tag filtering does not affect Audit Score. Other reports that are not based on tags ( such as User-defined Rules and Status Codes by Page) are also unaffected by the report filter.

Adding and Removing Primary Tags

Add tags to your report filter selection or remove them by going into Account Settings and clicking the Manage Tags tab. Once here, click the Tag Filter toggle to add or remove tags from your Tag Filtering report settings. These changes will only show up in your reports, all other standard users manage their own set of primary tag settings. Read-Only users will have whatever settings are configured by the account administrator and are not able to change their tag settings.

While individual users can turn tags on or off in the filter, adding tags to the list, removing them, or editing data about them can only be done by an administrator. See Manage Tags in Help for more information.

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