You can use filters to view submissions that match a particular set of criteria. For example, you can query submissions that you may need to follow up, such as the submissions that have been identified as valid but the researcher is not yet rewarded.
To filter your submissions, create a query using filter keys.
Filter keys narrow your submissions to a specific set of results.
The following table provides the filter keys and the possible values.
||Filter submissions based on whether the submission is a duplicate of another submission or not.|
||Returns submissions based on whether payments are set or not set.|
||Returns submissions based on whether points have been assigned.|
|program||Matches the Bounty code that is present in the URL path, such as
||Returns submissions based on their program status.|
||Displays submissions based on the severity assigned. Supports negative search.|
||Displays the submissions based on the sort order.|
||Returns submissions based on their originating source, such as through email, external form, or program brief. Supports negative search.|
||Shows submissions based on the current status. Supports negative search.|
|target||Displays submissions based on the target name. Supports negative search.|
||Displays submissions based on the target type.|
||Returns submissions that were submitted during the specified date range.|
||Returns submissions that were paid on, before, or after the specified date.|
||Returns submissions that were awarded points on, before, or after the specified date.|
||Returns submissions based on the VRT category or subcategory for the submissions you have created.|
To create a query, use the following syntax:
Make sure you include a colon after the filter key and do not include any spaces between the filter key and value.
You can enter multiple filter key/value pairs in the query, such as:
By default, the query includes
sort:submitted-desc, which sorts your submissions in descending order based on the dates they were submitted. You can remove or replace this filter key/value.
There is an AND operator between unique filter keys. However, multiple instances of the same filter key use the OR operator. For example,
state:new state:triaged program:bugcrowd returns all submissions that have a state of either triaged or new and is part of the Bugcrowd program.
A few filters allow negative search, which allows you to find values that do not meet the specified value. To perform a negative search, add a
- before the key, such as
You can perform a negative search with the state, program, and target filter keys.
Building a Query
To help you build a submissions query, a list of available filter keys will appear when you click in the search field. After you select a filter key, the search field will show you possible values based on your selection.
You can use as many key/value combinations as required. There is an AND operator between unique filter keys and an OR operator between multiple instances of the same filter key.
As you add filter key/value pairs to the query, the results automatically refresh to display the latest results.
If you input an invalid filter key or query, no submissions will be returned. Review your query for any errors if the results do not show the expected submissions.
Preset queries let you quickly find submissions that are pending, accepted, or are duplicates. Click on the filter and the query will display in the search field.
The following preset queries are available.
||Finds submissions that have yet to be accepted or rejected.|
||Shows submissions that have a resolved or unresolved status.|
||Returns submissions that have been rejected.|
||Looks for submissions that have been marked as a duplicate.|