Once you have created and search and you like the results, you can save it
as a “private” search in “My Saved Searches” or save it for group access for
any group you are a member of.
On the right side in the middle of a search page there is a box titled
"Saved Searches". Check it out.
Once you have saved a search, it is available for selection on your home
page when you edit your home page.
LBNLOn Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 2:59 PM, Chris Barnes email@example.com wrote:
On 1/26/2011 4:21 PM, Kenneth Crocker wrote:
If you are on 3.8.X you can see those relationships in the “Links” box
of a ticket and further, the “Graph” function within said box.
You can also write a search to list such relationships and dependencies
and put that search on your home page or a dashboard.
In the vein of “one question leads to the next”:
I see how to write searches. But how do I make that search my ‘home page’?
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