- New Target... - This will create a new empty target area where you can trace to a new instance. See the documentation on "Tracing to Multiple Targets" for more details.
- New Summary Tab - In PingPlotter Pro - this will create a new summary tab (we cover custom summary tabs in more detail here).
- Clear Workspace - In PingPlotter pro - this will clear out your current workspace
- Import Sample Set.. . - Loads a previously saved sample set. The default extension for PingPlotter saved sample files is .pp2, or PingPlotter save file format.
- Export Sample set... - Allows you to save the current sample set to an external file. These files are saved in .pp2, or PingPlotter's save file format.
- Manage Sessions - Opens the session browser, where you can open, export, or delete previous trace sessions
- Load Target List File - Allows a list of targets to be loaded into PingPlotter
- Save Image. . - Saves the current graph in .png, .gif or .bmp format. See the Autosave section for information on how to automate the saving of graph images.
- Export to Text file.. . - Exports trace data to a comma delimited text file. Click here for an explanation of the export options available from PingPlotter.
- View Alert Events Log - Opens a log that displays information on when/why any alerts may have fired.
- Exit - Exits PingPlotter. By default you'll be prompted to save your current sample set if you haven't done so already (click here to see how to change this option).
**Some of the features listed in this topic are only available in PingPlotter Pro and/or PingPlotter Standard. See our product comparison page for more details**
- Variable Substitution
- Auto-Saving of Data
- Running as a service
- Handling Multiple Targets
- Named Configurations
- Session Manager
- Local Network Discovery (LND)
- Exporting data for further analysis
- Route Changes
- Dynamic DNS Tracking
- Backing up PingPlotter Data
- Sharing PingPlotter data with others
- Discovering a route between you and a target
- Interpreting Results - A Quick Example
- Finding the source of the problem
- Finding the source of the problem - part 2
- Interpreting Results - Longterm Monitoring
- Interpreting Results - Gamers
- Interpreting ISP Problems | PingPlotter
- Interpreting Results - Bad Hardware
- Interpreting Results - Bandwidth Saturation
- Building a Compelling Case
- VoIP Troubleshooting Guide
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