Filters can be added to the search box as key-value pairs where the keys are predefined and check certain conditions based on the given value. The syntax is "key:value".
Filters can be used together with other search terms and multiple filters can be used. The only constraint is that the search must start with the filters. Unknown filters or known filters with unknown values are ignored. If the same filter key appears multiple times, the first will be used. The order of different filters has no effect on the result.
scope:here properties:exclude import
The supported filters are the following:
scope: This filter narrows the scope of the search based on the user's currently active Process Group. The only valid value is "here". The usage of this filter looks like "scope:here". Any other value is considered as invalid, thus the filter will be ignored during search.
group: This filter narrows the scope of the search based on the provided Process Group name or id. Search will be restricted to groups (and their components - including subgroups and their components) the names or ids of which match the filter value. If no group matches the filter, the result list will be empty.
properties: With this, users can prevent property matches to appear in the search result. Valid values are: "no", "none", "false", "exclude" and "0".