On the dashboard, you may need to run a search by project or use case. You can do so by using the search bar and associated filter at the top of the page.
From the filter dropdown list, you can choose between 3 types of searches:
If you are looking for a specific project, you can enter the name of your project and select “By project” from the dropdown list.
You will get the list of all projects matching the name you have entered.
By use case
If you are looking for a specific use case, you can enter the name, ID or Slug of your use case and select “By use case” from the dropdown list.
You will get the list of all use cases matching the name, ID or Slug you have entered.
You can also search for a variationGroupId or variationId specific to a use case.
⭐ Good to know
The variationGroupId and variationId are values returned by the DecisionAPI.
When filtering by use case, a second dropdown appears to refine your search.
You can select the status of your use case (Active/Paused) and/or its type (AB Test, Perso, Deployment, Feature Toggle).
You will get the list of all use cases matching the combination of these filters.
If you are looking for a specific flag and want to know in which use cases it is used, you can enter the flagName and select “By flags” from the dropdown list.
You will get the list of all use cases containing this flag in their configuration.
⚙️ Use case
Here are two use cases where the search function can be useful:
- You are working with several teams and each has its own projects within the same Flagship account. You’d like to see the projects your team is working on exclusively. You can use the search bar to enter the name of your project.
- You want to release a feature to your users and you don’t remember which project the use case is located in. To avoid searching each project, you can select the “By use case” filter from the first dropdown list and by “Feature toggle” from the second one and enter the name of your use case in the search bar. It will open the project with the use case that matches the name you entered.
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