Eric Sawler

    Eric Sawler

    1 year ago
    We want to segregate our customer's flows by putting them each in a project, so we can drill down. We also want to filter out "test" flows from the dashboard so the errors do not show. What's the best way to accomplish this on cloud?
    Jenny

    Jenny

    1 year ago
    Hi @Eric Sawler - do you mean that you want to move your flows to a different/new project? If so, you can use the projects page in team settings. Can you give a bit more information on how/why you'd like to be able to filter out flows - currently the only filter is by project but it would be useful to know more about your use case as that could factor into future design.
    nicholas

    nicholas

    1 year ago
    HI @Eric Sawler - my recommendation would be to put all test flows into a project and all production flows into another. For example, you might have a client project
    client-*-production
    and
    client-*-development
    ; doing this would let you filter by either your development/test environment or your production environment for a given client.
    Eric Sawler

    Eric Sawler

    1 year ago
    So we want to filter out flows that are not production. @nicholas suggestion accomplishes that, but then I'd still like to be able to filter further to drill down to a customer. Nested projects/folders would be awesome. Then I could have: • production ◦ Customer-A ◦ Customer B • test ◦ Customer-A ◦ Customer B
    nicholas

    nicholas

    1 year ago
    Gotcha @Eric Sawler - would 2 projects per client (e.g. 1 for production and 1 for testing) not enable what you're describing?
    Eric Sawler

    Eric Sawler

    1 year ago
    No, because I want the default view on the dashboard to be "all production flows" are green.
    Or am I missing a filter by pattern option?
    nicholas

    nicholas

    1 year ago
    No you're correct - we're working on some features that might enable something similar, so stay tuned!