In fact I see that I was adding the filter in the wrong place - it was filters in the column heading that I needed, not Advanced Filters. Here I can use 'contains'. I would like to be able to have more than 2 filters but I see from a different thread that's a feature that's not present yet.
Modulrsage002, you are right - the column filters allow you to use up to two filters maximum at this very moment. The team is planning on expanding the advanced filters feature - I will post in the related feature request thread as soon there is progress.
Update: The latest version of Fiddler Everywhere (3.0.1) now greatly extends the Advanced Filters capabilities.
Update: The upcoming version 4.0.0 further upgrades and improves the filter options in Fiddler Everywhere.
Does anyone know if it's possible to use wildcards when filtering request or response values?
In 'classic' Fiddler it's possible, using *.
For my scenario, I only want to see traffic from certain hosts, but those hosts are different development environments which all begin dev01, dev02 etc.
In classic Fiddler I can use * , so
...can all be represented by *-blahblah.com.
This doesn't seem to work in Fiddler Everywhere, meaning I'd have to set separate filters for every dev environment. Does anyone know how to get round this?