There are 5 types of Matchlists:
Any valid string
IP addressing scheme
Unit21 user entity object
Unit21 business entity object
"business_name": "Acme Corp",
User matchlists let you screen events against lists of users and user data. Although no field is required, you MUST fill at least one field.
The alias fields let you check a field for a second name.
If you add
First Name, and
First Name Alias, the list will check whether either
Grizzlyappears in an event's
first_namefield. Aliases for
Last Namework the same way.
Business matchlists let you screen events against lists of businesses and business data. Although no field is required, you MUST fill at least one field.
To add a single IP to a matchlist, select
IP_INET as the list type. Then you can add IPs and source locations.
You can also add a whole range of IP addresses to an existing matchlist. This is useful when you want to do things like check against an entire IP subnet. IP ranges are in CIDR subnet mask notation°. You may want to check this caculator° for help, or ask a developer.
If you want to check for a word across a variety of different fields, you can upload data as a simple string. A string could be any word or collection of words.
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