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Creating an advanced filter to sort use data in Usage Analyst

To build an advanced filter, use the Condition Builder tool, which makes it easy to create filters with ALL/ANY combinations, searchable strings, or up to 50 rows of criteria. (You can also create a basic filter or see if Condition Builder is what you need by  reading about Condition Builder concepts.)

To create an advanced filter for sorting billing data using Condition Builder:

  1. Click the Reports tab, then click the Voice Reports subtab. 
  1. Click Usage Analyst.

Control Center opens Usage Analyst in a separate window.

  1. Click the Setup tab.
  1. In the Tools box, click Filters.

  2. Click Add Filters

    You can have up to 50 rows for each filter. The last row cannot be a group. Each group needs a condition. A filter cannot be saved if a group ends without a condition row. If a group contains no condition and ends, you'll get an error message.
  1. Click Next for Condition Builder.
  1. Do one of the following:

    • From the Create a filter of report type list, select a report type, then click Next.

    • From the Start with a copy of an existing filter list, select an existing filter, then click Next

      An existing filter will only apply to the related report type. For example, if you create a filter based on Call Usage LD, the filter will only work with CDR reports.
  1. Enter a name for the filter, add conditions, then select the radio button for whether you want to share the filter. 

    When you share a filter with other users in your organization, those users who are at or below your level in the master hierarchy will be able to use it, but they won't be able to edit or delete it.

  2. [保存]をクリックします。

New filters appear on the filter page (though you may need to scroll down to see them). If you've shared a filter, there'll be a notation in the shared column.

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