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Saving reports in bugzilla

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We are running v4.2 and I do not see a way to save a report without exporting it out to Excel. I need a link that management can just click on

posted Jul 10, 2013 by anonymous

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Below each report there should be something like "Remember this report as..." where you can provide a name and can see if the report is available to other users like saved searches. I don't use this feature myself but I think both use the same method of sharing searches between users.

answer Jul 11, 2013 by anonymous
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