Filter and Search
Reqable provides 4 traffic filtering methods: bookmark filter, domain filter, quick filter and search filter. Among them, bookmark filtering and domain filtering are located in the sidebar Explorer, which have been introduced in the previous document. The main content of this article is to introduce quick filtering and search filtering.
The quick filter is located at the top of the list and is divided into three parts: protocol, content type, and status code. Filter items in different parts can coexist, and the logical relationship is
and. Click each filter item to quickly filter, and click again to cancel the filter.
1xx, 2xx, 4xx, etc. represent the status code range, for example, 4xx represents the range of 400-499.
Reqable provides up to three sets of search conditions, and supports global search and subdivided search. Click the magnifying glass button on the far right of the quick filter bar to open it, or use the shortcut key
Control + F to open it.
The above figure shows the filter conditions supported by Reqable. Note that the logical relationship between each set of filter conditions is
There are two types of input for filtering content: text input and selection input. Text input supports case matching and regular expressions. Selection input, just click the input box and select from the pop-up menu. Some types of text input will have content prompts, such as request type, server address, etc.
When the traffic of multiple devices is displayed in the list, you can use
Local Address to search and filter, for example
127.0.0.1 means the current computer.