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Parseable Release v1.3.0

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Parseable v1.3.0 is out now! This release includes a good mix of new features, improvements, and bug fixes. In this post, we'll take a a detailed look at what’s new in this release.

We'll love to hear your feedback on this release. Please feel free to create an issue on our GitHub or join our Slack community.

New Features

Saved filters and queries in the explore logs view

A long-pending request from our community has been the ability to save a filter in order to return at a later date to a specific view without having to re-apply the filter from scratch. The same goes for queries.

We initially considered implementing this as a purely client-side feature, i.e. on the Console only, to deliver it more quickly. The idea was to use the browser's local store to keep a saved filter’s details and then load it from there on demand. But this approach would have been too limiting; for instance, the same user would not have been able to see their saved filters when logging in from a different browser or IP address. Also, sharing filters across users would not work and any browser event that cleared local storage would essentially mean the loss of all the saved filters, many of which are carefully created after months of analysis.

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