Sharing Rules
At some point, you would want to share the rules you would have created with your colleagues and other developers. Let's see how its done!

Share Rules

This is one of the most used features in Requestly and a nice way to share rules with fellow developers. Here are the steps to follow:
    1.
    Select the rules you wish to share
2. Next Click the Share Button on the toolbar which appears after the rules to be shared have been selected
3. At this point if you aren't Logged into your account, you will be prompted to Log In.
4. If Logged in, Enter a meaningful name for your sharedList and Click on Create Button
5. On successful creation of a shared list, this dialog should appear.
6. From here on you can either copy the link and share with your colleagues and friends (or) you can enter emails seperated by a comma (,) and they will be notified from our end.
7. You can manage your SharedList from Shared List option on the side menu bar.
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Import a Shared List

Click on the Shared List Link given to you. The link should be in this form – https://app.requestly.io/shared-lists/viewer/1625686153436-Sample-Rules
Click on the 👁️ icon to preview the rule.
Click on Import List button to download the rules on your system

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I update rules in my Shared List?

No. Once rules are shared, they can not be modified. However, a user can import the rules in Shared List, Modify them and create a new shared list.

Can I share my list privately with other users?

When Rules are shared, you get a Public Url. Any Requestly user having the Url can view the Shared List. It’s upto you to maintain the privacy of the generated url.

How many Shared Lists I can create?

A user is allowed 10 Shared Lists at the moment. We will increase the limit depending upon usage and infrastructure needs.

What will happen if I import my own shared list?

All the rules present in shared list will override rules which were shared. All other rules will remain unaffected.

I want to reach out to you for more questions ?

Please feel free to open Github Issue. You can also reach out to me [email protected]
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