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Is there a way to see a list of all the "tags" used on alerts in Opsgenie?

Unlike labels in Jira, when I start to type a tag in Opsgenie, there is no autofill. I would like to get a list of all the tags that are in use in Opsgenie.  Is there a way to get that list?

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Nick H
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Sep 20, 2022 • edited

Hi @richard.n.pykkonen ,

Opsgenie doesn't have an autofill for tags at this time.

You could review the alerts in the Analytics tab >> Alert Analytics report. Add a filter that looks something like this, then export the list via CSV and manipulate the data there:



There's also this table in the Alert Analytics report that shows the most used tags based on the report's filter as well:



You could also run a query in the Alerts tab for something like:

tag !: null

and export these alerts via CSV as well:


Thank you for the help.

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What about through the API @Nick H 

I want to get all tags in incidents and/or alerts

Nick H
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Oct 06, 2022

You can query on the alerts that have tags with something like either of these using the API:

tag !: null

or using a wildcard: tag: "*"


The incident query isn't as robust, and does not support Null querying. You could probably get away with using a wildcard with something like this for the incident API:


I typically use a URL encoder to help determine what the query should be:



Other helpful documents:

Search queries for alerts

Search syntax for incidents

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