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Filter out own people (by IP or name) from monitoring

We have a lot of people in our company that use the website while building new features. I see all of these on the monitoring board which is noise when I want to see the real visitors.

I'd like to filter them out.

I'd suggest to filter them out either
- by using the IP address (which is proably the easiest)
or
- by name (everyone needs to enter a name and then I add them to a group 'own people' and then they are filtered out)

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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hi, we too require this feature to filter users in our own business (on the same ip) from appearing on the monitoring board. We don't however want a blanket ban on all users on our IP.
    Thanks
    John

  • Jome commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Members of our dev and customer care teams are scattered all over so blocking IP range is not a viable option for us, more so their IPs change frequently. A preferred solution will be to group to be excluded from monitoring. Its interesting how crucial this feature is even for a very small team, how much more for a large team. Great work guys, good product!

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Currently the only possible way to stop the popup "how can I help" window from showing on office machines web browsers is to ban the IP address. It would be advantageous to allow filtering in your personal settings to exclude the current IP address.

  • Admintawk.to (top bird!, tawk.to) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hi, Gabriel!
    Unfortunately it not so easy, since it will be a new functionality, which requires proper UI, storage on server and server-requests to manage such list of IP addresses.
    But our team is informed that such request exists, is popular and important for users.

  • Barrie commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This really is needed asap - we have devs working on multiple client sites and it is a major headache for the people monitoring the sites for incoming client conversations.

    I suggest the ability to exclude an IP range (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/16) which would cover all eventualities but even single IP address exclusions would be a solution.

    Thanks guys and great job, it is a great product :-)

    Barrie
    thediveweb.com

  • Ahmet commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The visits from the same IP may be ignored by admin panel. When the owner or agent visit their site the panel causes unnecessary alerts. There might be a setting, for all the sites defined in the panel, that ignores the visits come from the same IP or predefined IPs by the owner without preventing widgets.
    Banning IP is not a solution because it prevents the owner entirely from accessing the widget on his site.
    Ignoring the visit of the owner from the monitoring by clicking on Ignore button is not a solution because it is temporary

  • Malte Fischer commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Option to exclude an IP address.

    In our case, we are using our website as a tool in the office as well, so it would be brilliant, if we could exclude our own IP address, so the chat does not pop all the time and - more importantly - we dont mess up the statistics, if 8 people are sitting all day with the website open in three different tabs.

  • Jelle commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    To provide the option to block local traffic showing up in monitoring section in dashboard etc.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    any news on this? Our site is used by staff and I would like to ignore any IP that we use (several locations, several IPs).

  • Sean Burke commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    When you look at the monitoring tab you see all the various users on your sites - But when your own people are doing stuff on our own websites - front or back office then all these sessions appear on the monitoring screen and you don't want to be actually seeing your own sessions - Wonder if you could create an option to block your own IP address as appearing as a session as it will lead to clearer views on the dashboard - I think it would enhance the user experience

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hi, my idea is to have some ip address not emitting any sounds and not counting on the visitors stadistics as those ip are from our devs that are updating the web site

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