Saved search limits in Insights
You can run a quick search to see a snapshot of the mentions you’re interested in. Each Hootsuite organization has an allotted number of searches that can be saved at a time. This limit applies across all teams with access to Insights. So, to save a search and track it over time, you need to ensure your organization has room in their allotment for another saved search.
To view the list of searches saved by your organization, go to Insights, and then select Saved Searches. Hover your mouse over the question mark to see how many of your organization’s allotted searches have been used.
For additional information, see View, edit, and delete your saved searches in Insights.
Quick search mentions go back 30 days; while saved searches go back to the first day of the previous month, and then collect and store the last 13 months of mentions.
When a new search is created, we measure the daily volume for the past 30 days. Although searches don’t have a hard mention limit, a fixed sample rate is automatically applied to extremely high-volume searches — those in which the 85th percentile for daily volume is more than 5,000 mentions.
For example, if the 85th percentile for daily query volume is 10,000, a 50% sampling rate is applied to the entire query: Days with a true volume of 60,000 will have a sample of 30,000, and days with a true volume of 10,000 will have a sample of 5,000.
Regardless of the fixed sample rate, we never store more than 100,000 mentions for a single day. To learn more, see Insights limits and recommendations.