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The Permissions Tracking Page

The Permissions Tracking page gives universe owners a view into what universes they have permissioned to partners, as well as the ability to revoke or edit a permission.

The page is divided into three areas:

  1. The search and filter area

  2. The permission table area

  3. The footer area

In addition, you can click a table row to open a details panel where you can view and edit information for that permission, such as subscriber flags included, thresholds, and contact info for the person the partner should reach out to. You can also see a history of when a permission was granted, revoked, or re-activated.

You can also control the table display, including the columns, sort, and row spacing.

Accessing the Permissions Tracking Page

To access the Permissions Tracking page, click Permissions Tracking in the Advanced TV navigation menu.


If you have a large number of permissions, you can use the search bar and filters in the search and filter area to refine the list of permissions shown in the table. In addition to searching for the universe or partner name with the search bar, you can use the following filters by clicking on the filter dropdown:

  • Universe: Choose from the available universes.

  • Partner: Choose from the available partners

  • Status: Choose whether to show active permissions (“permissioned”) or inactive permissions (“revoked”), or both.

The permission table area shows all the permissions that you have granted in your account, with the following column headings:

  • Universe: The name of the universe you permissioned.

  • Partner: The name of the partner you permissioned the universe to.

  • Status: The status of the permission:

    • Active permission

    • Inactive permission.

  • Status Updated On: The date of the most recent change to the status of the permission.

You can also change how the table is displayed. See the "Changing the Table Display" section of this article below.

To access the details panel to view a permission, click the row for that permission.


The panel contains the tabs listed below.

Select the Details tab to view contact info, universe and segment thresholds, permissioned use cases, and delivery locations.


Click the caret on the right side of a category row to expand or collapse that category.

See “Edit a Permission” for information on editing the information in the Details tab.

Select the Filter tab to view the permissioned filter attributes.


Click the caret for the desired filter attribute to see the available values.

See “Edit a Permission” for information on editing the filter attributes.

Select the History tab to view the complete history of the dates and times when the permission was activated or revoked.


To revoke a permission, see “Revoke a Permission”. To activate a permission that was previously revoked, see “Re-Activate a Permission”.

Changing the Table Display

For many tables in Advanced TV, you can change the way the table displays in some or all of the following areas:

  • The columns that are displayed

  • The order the columns are displayed in

  • The width of the columns

  • The sort order

  • The spacing of the table rows


The images shown in this section are from the Permissions Tracking page, but the features are similar to other tables that allow you to change the way the table displays.

See the sections below for more information.

Changing the Columns that are Displayed

To change the columns that are displayed, click the table settings icon (the "gear" icon) on the right side of the table.


From the Manage Columns area of the panel that opens, check or uncheck the appropriate check boxes for the columns you want to display or hide.



Click anywhere outside of the panel to close it.

Changing the Column Order

To change the order of the table columns, click and drag each column heading into your desired location.


Changing the Column Width

To change the width of a particular column, click and drag the small vertical line at the right edge of that column heading.


Changing the Table Sort Order

You can change the table sort order, including the column the table is sorted on and whether the sort is ascending or descending:


When you first open the page, the table is sorted by the first column in an "ascending" sort by default.

  • To sort the table by a particular column, click the column heading.


    • When you first click a column heading, the sort method defaults to "ascending" and an upward-pointing arrow appears on the right side of the column heading.

    • Not all columns can be used to sort the table. If the column can be used to sort the table, an up or down arrow will appear next to the column name when you hover over the column name. If no arrow appears next to the column name when you hover, you cannot sort the table by that column.

  • To change the sort method for the column the table is being sorted on from "ascending" to descending," click the column heading again. A downward-pointing arrow appears on the right side of the column heading.

Changing the Table Row Spacing

To change the table row spacing (the "table density"), click the table settings icon (the "gear" icon) on the right side of the table.


From the Table Density area, check the desired radio button:

  • Default view

  • Compact view spaces the rows more closely together than the default view

  • Comfortable view spaces the rows further apart than the default view


Click anywhere outside of the panel to close it.

Filtering the Table

In addition to the search bar and any filters above the table, you might also be able to sort the table via the "more actions" menu in each column heading.

To filter the table:

  1. Click the "more actions" icon that appears when you hover over a column heading, and then select Filter.


    If the "more actions" icon does not appear when you hover over the column heading, this type of filtering is not available for that particular table.

  2. From the Columns dropdown in the filter box, select the column you want to use to filter.


    By default, the column whose "more actions" menu you clicked on is selected.

  3. From the Operators dropdown, select the operator you want to use for the filter.


    The operators that are available is determined by the data type of the column you've selected.

  4. In the Value field, enter the value you want to use to filter that column with.


    If you have selected "is empty" or "is not empty" for the filter operator, the Value field will not appear.

  5. To apply an additional filter, click + ADD FILTER, and then choose the operator you want to use to join the two filters ("And" to include only entries that match both filters or "Or" to include any entries that match one of the filters).

  6. Repeat steps 2-4 for the additional filter.

  7. To continue adding filters, repeat steps 5 and 6.


    To delete a filter row, click the "X" that appears on the left side of that filter row.