BugSplat Search Update

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Find What You Need! All About Our New Search Tool.

Our new Search tool allows you to quickly build detailed queries without having to leave the page.

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Build custom searches

Our new search tool expands on our column filtering feature. You can now create even more detailed queries by filtering on 20 unique criteria.

New for this release is the ability to search Call Stack Function Names, Call Stack File Names, and Call Stack Line Numbers. These three new search criteria are particularly interesting as they allow you to search at any level of the call stack across all crashes in your database.

How does it work?

First, navigate to the Crashes page. Then select the blue Search button and use the dropdown to select the call stack search criteria you need.

For example, use the Call Stack Function Name “contains” option and enter a portion of a function name to match function names at any level of the call stack for any crash in your database!

Build an ever more detailed search by adding additional search criteria until you’re satisfied with the search results.

BugSplat Search Filter Crashes Page

If you have a search query that you’d like to reuse, save the dynamic URL as a bookmark or share it with your team.

Legacy Search Page Retired

Previously our search tool was on a separate page. With these new features, our old search page offers no significant additional value, so it has been retired.

BugSplat Search Filter Crashes Page

Up next

Our work on search isn’t finished! Soon we will release the following:

  • Search type-ahead built into the dropdown filters making it faster to build queries

  • Locally saved searches accessible on the Crashes page

  • Custom alerts for Slack, MS Teams, Discord, email, and text created from search queries

  • Shortcut keys for building searches without clicks

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