How can I use CSS selectors in Fullstory Search?

Who can use this feature?
- Available with Enterprise, Advanced, Business, and Free plans.
- Available for admins, architects, explorers, and standard users.

You can search for elements in Fullstory based on either the display text (i.e. Clicked text is) or by using a CSS selector to pinpoint a specific element.

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When searching using a CSS selector in Fullstory, the following formats are supported: 

Any descendant: a b
Attribute equals: [a=b]
Attribute contains word (space delimited): [a~=b]
Attribute contains: [a*=b]
Attribute starts with word (hyphen delimited): [a|=b]
Attribute starts with: [a^=b]
Attribute ends with: [a$=b]

ID Selectors: #a
ID starts with word (hyphen delimited): [id|=a]
ID starts with: [id^=a]

Class Selectors: .a
Class starts with word (hyphen delimited): [class|=a]
Class starts with: [class^=a]

Type (element) Selectors: a
Universal Selectors: * (note: this is only supported for tag names)

Note: We do not support direct descendent expressions such as > for Search.

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