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Unsaved Search History

Search History provides a way for you to view your 10 most-recent unsaved searches. You have the option of saving unsaved searches indefinitely, as long as the search results remain in the Search History drop-down list, and you can also export to a text file a report for the last 10 unsaved searches.

Note

After you have created 10 unsaved searches, the next unsaved search will replace the oldest unsaved search in the list, and the replaced search will not be recoverable.

View Unsaved Searches

Immediately after creating a search in a dataset, you will be able to view it even it you do not save it.

To view the last 10 unsaved searches:

  1. On the Analytics dashboard, click the Search History icon. image1.png The Search History drop-down list will display the last 10 unsaved searches.

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  2. Click an entry in the Search History drop-down list.

    The Dashboard will refresh and display the Dashboard for the unsaved search. After viewing the unsaved search, you can modify the search results as you would modify any search, or you can save the search indefinitely.

Save an Unsaved Search

If an unsaved search is still in the Search History drop-down list, you can save it indefinitely.

To save an unsaved search:

  1. On the Analytics dashboard, click the Search History icon: image1.png The Search History drop-down list will display the last 10 unsaved searches:

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  2. Click an entry in the Search History drop-down list. The unsaved search results will open in the Dashboard.

  3. Click the Saved Searches icon.

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  4. Click the Save Current Search button. The Save Search dialog will open.

  5. In the Save Search dialog, type a unique name for the search.

  6. Select Private or Public for the saved search.

    Note

    Brainspace users in the same Brainspace group can view the contents of a public search.

  7. Click the Save Search button.

The search results will now persist in the dataset indefinitely.

Export Unsaved Searches

You can export to a text file unsaved searches that are in the Search History drop-down list. The text file will include data for all 10 unsaved searches in the Search History drop-down list.

To export unsaved searches:

  1. On the Analytics dashboard, click the Search History icon: image1.png The Search History drop-down list will display the last 10 unsaved searches:

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  2. Click the Export Search History button in the Search History drop-down list.

The text file will download to your local machine.