Now let’s have a look at the interface:
Between the trigger, match, and url parameters, you have a great deal of control over email notifications. But what about whitelists?
In this example we create a whitelist item for Olark. It tells Proxino to ignore exceptions which come from olark.com, if those exceptions contain the word “console.”
Whitelists are useful for filtering out classes of exceptions which you don’t care about and have no intention (or means) of fixing. These sort of exceptions tend to be rather common, and there’s no need to have them cluttering up your dashboard.