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How to filter your vendors

Learn how to filter your monitored vendors in UpGuard

Abi Tyas Tunggal avatar
Written by Abi Tyas Tunggal
Updated over a week ago

The Vendors section of UpGuard lets you find, monitor, and remove vendors instantly using our instant vendor search. You can use it to keep track of vendor security ratings over time, categorize vendors with labels, and learn more about specific vendors.

In addition to the search bar which allows you to search vendors by name or URL, you can also filter vendors to find specific vendors that meet certain criteria. For example, you may want to filter vendors who have a security rating between 750 and 950 or you may want to find all your vendors who don’t currently have a label applied.

You can filter by score (min, max) or label (match any, match all, do not include).

Step 1: Go to Vendors

Head to vendors by clicking on Vendors in the sidebar or by clicking here.

Step 2: Open filters

Once you’re on the Vendors page, click Apply filters in the top right corner of your screen.

Step 3: Apply filters

A pull-out menu will appear from the right side of your screen and allow you to filter by a score range (min score to max score) and/or by label. The label filter allows you to use any, all, or not operators.

In the screenshot below, I am searching for any vendors who have the Business Data or In-Use labels. When you are happy with your selection, click the apply button.

Step 4: Review results

When you click apply, you’ll see a blue “Filters Active” banner at the top of your screen and the filters button will update to show what filters have been applied.

Step 5: Export results (optional)

You can also export the results of your filters by clicking the export button in the top right corner of your screen.

Just as with filters, a pull-out menu will appear from the right side of your screen. It will allow you to export based on applied filters or not filters and choose the export format (PDF or Excel).

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