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When adding content to review using search, is is possible to hide changesets that are already part of other reviews?

I'm trying to split a large pile of changests into several reviews. Searching the changestes is really useful for this, but it woluld be even better if I were ablo exclude from the result set all changesets that are already assigned to one or more revies.

Is this possible do somehow? I don't see a control for that in Search Criteria panel.

It appears that his should be possible: EyeQL supports "not in any review" - I've verified that is does what I need.

Alternatively, It would be great if it was possible to create a review from the results of Fisheye advanced search. I could not find a link or button or that on the search screen neither. Am I missing something or should I file an enhancement request?

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There is a link labeled (switch to advanced search) in Search Criteria panel that I've missed earlier. It allows you to enter an arbitrary EyeQL query.

There you can slice and dice repository history as needed, without already reviewed bits obstructing the view.

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