AMA: Add custom tags to saved queries


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"Is it possible to add custom tags to saved queries?"

--Question from Dax on the J1 Community Slack


Answer from Tony, Senior Customer Success Engineer

Hi Dax. As long as you specify the tag in the the Tags while creating a saved query, it will show up in the tag list. The tags are something that can be seen by all users who have access to the same roles or is it limited to the user who created the tag. These tags are visible to all.

Custom Tags - 01

Custom Tags - 02

Custom Tags - 03

Thanks for the question. -- Tony

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Posted By Tony Ramirez

Tony is a Senior Customer Success Engineer at JupiterOne. Prior to joining JupiterOne, Tony consulted in the AppSec space, pentesting and training security practitioners in how to perform security assessments. He regularly attends and speaks at OWASP, DevSecOps and other security events across the country. He is also the creator of Cybrary’s “Mobile Application Security” series.

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