As part of my daily dashboard I have a sidebar filter to monitor active task that has been assigned to my MOA. The filter will display active task all assigned task (past and future) per category. In the image below there are 5 investigations and 1 lab active task.
The filter to provide the monitoring looks as follows.
Note: If you are going to download the filter from the repository, you should change the Owner (currently Hammell) to the name of your MOA.
Adding the filter to the dashboard the setting in my dashboard look as follows.
In the filter area make sure that you select the correct filter with your MOA details.
Step 3: Open up your terminal. Linux and MacOS – search for terminal and open. Windows: Right click on the start button and select RUN – Type cmd on the open field and click OK. You should have a command line similar to the one below.
Type the following: git clone https://bitbucket.org/cortexcoder/filters.git
Replace the http URL with the appropriate repository URL
You should have something like the above picture and now you have the repository on you local computer.
How do I update it with new files? Type: cd filters (replace with repository name) and then git fetch. This will update the local repository.