Use custom filters to narrow down data to only the things you want to see.

- Must Contain (ignore case)
- Use this operator to include whole or partial words within the targeted field. This field supports regular expressions.

Example:`Manufacturer Must Contain (ignore case) Juniper`

Will show only results where the field "Manufacturer" contains, somewhere, any variation of "Juniper". - Cannot Contain (ignore case)
- Use this operator to exclude whole or partial words within the targeted field. This field supports regular expressions.

Example:`Manufacturer Cannot Contain (ignore case) Palo`

Will show only results where the field "Manufacturer" does not contain, somewhere, any variation of "Palo" (useful to exclude your Palo Alto assets). - Must Contain (match case)
- Use this operator to include whole or partial words within the targeted field.

Example:`Manufacturer Must Contain (match case) Juniper`

Will show only results where the field "Manufacturer" contains, somewhere, exactly "Juniper". - Cannot Contain (match case)
- Use this operator to exclude whole or partial words within the targeted field.

Example:`Manufacturer Cannot Contain (match case) Palo`

Will show only results where the field "Manufacturer" does not contain, somewhere, exactly "Palo" (useful to exclude your Palo Alto assets). - Must Equal
- Use this operator when an entire field must equal a certain value.

Example:`Manufacturer Must Equal Juniper`

Will show only results where the field "Manufacturer" equals exactly "Juniper". - Cannot Equal
- Use this operator when an entire field must not equal a certain value.

Example:`Manufacturer Cannot Equal Palo Alto`

Will show only results where the field "Manufacturer" does not equal exactly "Palo Alto" (useful to exclude your Palo Alto assets). - >=
- Use this operator when the target field must be greater than or equal to a certain value. This compares numerically (2 >= 1) and alphabetically (Z >= A).

Example:`Total >= 1000`

Will show only results where the field "Total" is greater than or equal to "1000". - <=
- Use this operator when the target field must be greater than or equal to a certain value. This compares numerically (2 >= 1) and alphabetically (Z >= A).

Example:`Total >= 1000`

Will show only results where the field "Total" is greater than or equal to "1000".

Exporting data creates a `.csv`

(comma separated values) document, ready for download. This document may be viewed in Microsoft Excel, and many other programs.**Note:** filters affect the exported data. If your filters narrow a data set from 1,000 down to 125 results, then exporting will use only those 125 results. To export all of them, in this case, simply remove the filters to return to a full data set and then export to get all 1,000 results.