Custom filters selection button in Research tab
Its would be great if u provide Custom filters selection button in Research tab because every time we do keyword research we need to enter fliter data again and again like global search greater than 10000, competition < 34 etc
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any update TT?
RESEARCH: be great to be able to have multiple filters on keywords rather than just one filter
Steve Morris commented
Keyword Research Filter by Phrase Legnth: have a way of hiding phrases shorter then a set number of words
Filter results on kw research: There does not seem to be a way to get rid of keywords that do not fit what I am looking for. I would like to be able to filter out kws with less than 300 monthly search volumes or filter out kws with more than 250,000 page results.
Paul Ascalon commented
Retain Filter Settings: It's so annoying to set the filters each time you research on a new keyword. Can it be retained even if you close your pc? I know one software that allows you to customize your filters and rename it whatever you want.
A button to reset the filters: It would be great to have a button or link to reset the filters. I notice that somtimes filters remains actives even if I put all fileds in blank
Martin Platt commented
Save Filters: Allow filter values to be saved - generally we're looking for keywords matching the same criteria, so a named filter would be useful and time saving.
Andrew Stewart commented
Introduce the ability to apply the same filters that are available after TT returns keywords, before the tool goes out and returns the keyword results. Similar to longtail pro and Market Samurai. ie Before fetching keywords, i would like to apply a filter of >1000 Local searches and a CPC of >$1.00.
This should speed up the return of the search results and make TT more useable. At the moment TT just brings in data that is not needed and is a bit slow compared to another piece of software i use that allows this filter before the keyword return.