Filtering error groups

Filter through your errors by date, time, version, tag, host, OS, browser, custom tags and more.

Filtering by data

When viewing the Crash Reporting dashboard of one of your applications in Raygun, you’ll see a filter bar along the top of the page. Click the blue ‘Add Filter’ button and select the field you want to filter by. Next, a list of supported filters for that field will be displayed. Here are the different types of filters you may come across:

  • is equal to will present a list of all possible values of that field that we’ve collected. You can use the search box above this list to find what you’re looking for and then select the desired value to apply the filter.
  • is not equal to is the same as above, but will filter crash reports with the select value out of the list.
  • is one of is similar to ‘is equal to’, but allows you to select multiple values to include in the filter.
  • is like allows you to write a search query that includes ‘*’ wild cards. This allows you to either search for values that StartsWith*, *EndsWith, *Contains* or exactly matches your search text.

You can apply multiple filters to see what you need to and remove what you don’t. For example, if you wanted to view all the errors that were experienced by users in Google Chrome, you could add a filter for that. Then add in another filter for operating system so you then can see errors for people using Chrome on a Mac.

After adding a filter, you can click on the filter-type or filter-value to edit them if you need to. If you’re done with a filter, click the cross button next to it.

Raygun filter errors

Filtering by date

Raygun also allows you to filter the Crash Reporting dashboard view by date. You can either do this by using the time and date selector in the top right-hand corner, or by dragging on the timeline graph, as shown below.

Raygun filter errors by date