The filter navigator sites in the top left modestly heading up the table of options. Until recently I’ve been using it to just filter the list below, then, someone introduced me to a couple of other cool commands you can run.
Table based commands
The below six functions are all run against a table, for my examples I’ve uses sys_user, but any table can be used. I was able to find the New York documentation for this functionality here if you’d like more details.
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|sys_user.list||Loads a list of all sys_user records|
|sys_user.form||Opens the form view for a new sys_user record|
|sys_user.config||Opens the configuration view of the sys_user table|
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|sys_user.LIST||A new window of all sys_user records|
|sys_user.FORM||A new window for a new sys_user record|
|sys_user.CONFIG||A new window for configuration of the sys_user table|
Succinct ServiceNow; condensing complex topics into an elevator pitch.