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Filtering Auto-Discovered Subdomains - User Guide

This documentation describes how to filter your auto-discovered subdomains and mark them as FlaggedVerified, or Unverified. Given below are step-by-step instructions explaining the process.

Feature Functionality

  1. Users will be able to manage their auto-discovered subdomains in the Manage Domain section.

  2. Users will be able to mark the new (by default Unverified) subdomains as Flagged or Verified, depending on the trustworthiness of the subdomains.

  3. By marking the status of each subdomain, they will be able to view them on the Dashboard and Reporting pages as well, and track the reports and email volume from those sources.

  4. This process will maximize efficiency and reduce clutter depending on organizational needs.

Step-by-step Instructions on Filtering Auto-discovered Subdomains

To have more control over your subdomains and their visibility, you can follow the steps below:

Manage Domain Page

  1. Navigate to Settings Manage Domains > Click on Subdomain (numerical value)

  1. Clicking on this section will redirect you to the subdomain management page which will give you the ability to mark them in bulk or individually.

  1. Once you select the subdomains, a Mark As button will appear on the top right corner of the screen.

  1. You’ll be able to classify your subdomain by marking it as either VerifiedFlagged, or Unverified.

  1. After marking the type, a confirmation pop-up will appear.

  1. Once confirmed, the subdomain status will change.

  1. You can also sort out the auto-discovered subdomains by selecting their status type.

Dashboard Page & Aggregate Reporting Page

Once the subdomains have been categorized on the Manage Domains page, you will be able to filter them accordingly in the Dashboard and Reporting pages.

  1. Navigate to the Dashboard or Reports page.

  2. Here you will see a filter option that will allow you to manage the subdomain data displayed on those pages.

  3. Select the Subdomains status type.

  1. Once filtered, the Dashboard and Aggregate Reports will be populated with the relevant data.

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