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I apologize if this has already been asked elsewhere, but didn't find the answer after looking on the Opsgenie support and a quick look at online documentation.
I am creating a new service and want to see if there is an easy way to exclude the new service as part of a search with some type of syntax != "XXXX" or NOT "XXXX". So far what I've tried hasn't worked.
I know I can create a search with syntax services: "XXXX" OR "YYYY", but it would be just easier if I can make two saved searches since one of them will have to encompass a lot of services.
1. if service equals X
2. if service does not equal X
Thank you for any help!
This depends on where you're building the search.
On the Incidents page, you can exclude a service with: services!: "[Service_Name]"
On the Services page, you can exclude a service with: name!: "[Service_Name]"