What are the data filtering options?

You can filter by groups, search engines, portion of a URL, searched term, rankings, and also by using a time constraint.

Note that the results displayed will only show terms that all parameters apply to ("AND").

In order to ignore a certain parameter, leave it empty (or not selected).

To show all results leave the filtering settings empty.


Groups:  Select one or more Group from the list to include in the results.

Tags: Select one or more Tag from the list to include in the results.

Device:  Select one or more devices from the list to include in the results.

Search Engines:  Select one or more Search Engine from the list to include in the results.

Location: Select one or more locations from the list to include terms with an exact location.

Country:  Select one or more Country from the list to include in the results.

City:  Select one or more City from the list to include in the results.

Languages:  Select one or more Language from the list to include in the results.


Term Type:  Select which term types from the list to include in the results.

URL Top Rank:
  Enter from-to values to show only URLs with a top rank in your given range.

Term Rank:  Enter from-to values to show only terms with a current rank in your given range.

Rank in Element (A-J):  Enter from-to values to show only Search Element terms with a current rank in your given range.

Global: Enter from-to values to show only terms with a current global search volume in your given range.


Changed in the last 24h only:  Selecting "Yes", will give results for only URLs with terms changed in the last 24 hours.

 

URLs Exact/Contains: Enter one or more URL  or part of a URL (separated by new line), to be search exactly as entered or with a broad search.

Terms Exact/Contains: Enter one or more Term  or part of a term (separated by new line), to be search exactly as entered or with a broad search.

Indexed URL Exact/Contains: Enter one or more indexed URL  or part of an indexed URL (separated by new line), to be search exactly as entered or with a broad search.

 

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