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Interacting With Tabular Reports

Using Filters

‌Tabular reports generally show multiple rows/instances (Ex: Interfaces Table, Devices Table etc.) and sometimes users may want to limit entries in the table based on certain criteria. Filters function allows users to specify values for various fields of the data and limit entries that are shown in the table.
Step1: In tabular view, towards right side of the view, you can see filter icon as displayed below
Filter Icon
Step 2: Click the filter icon and filter view is displayed
Step 3: Click '+' sign and select the column on which filter needs to be added. This allows to chose type of operation for the filter. Chose the relevant operation (ex: equals), then depending on the operation type, new filter text entry fields are displayed. An example is as shown where we are filtering entries for device name containing 'atonix'
Step 4: Click Add and entered filter is displayed.
Step 5: Click on Apply and values are automatically filtered where device name contains atonix as shown below.
Step 6: You can clear filter search anytime by navigating filter (icon) and selecting 'Clear Filters' as shown

Customizing Columns Displayed In Table

Optional columns can be removed from display in tabular reports. For example, Speed, MTU, MAC Address can be removed from Interfaces tabular report.
Step 1: Click on 3 vertical dots displayed in tabular report on right side before filter icon as displayed.
This step opens various options like refresh, Export, Column Selector, Add to custom dashboard and Add to My Dashboard as shown.
Refresh: Refresh the displayed table view.
Export : Provides option to export all pages or current page in different formats like pdf, csv, etc.
Column Selector: Allows to remove/add optional columns
Add to Custom Dashboard: Allows to add the view to custom dashboard.
Add to My Dashboard: Allows to add view to My Dashboard.
Select Column Selector, this displays all the columns related to displayed view including optional columns as shown.
There are two different operations possible - Adding optional columns, for example, let us add OS Type and OS. At the same time, allows to order the columns. Click on the column and drag up or down to move its position in the table. Let us move Model above OS Type for demonstration purposes.
Scroll down to bottom of the column selector and select OK as shown
Now you can see that the columns are added to the displayed view and also ordered as selected and shown below.
At any time you can reset this selection by navigating back to column selector and clicking on Reset.