Link Detail Table & Favorite Links

Your report also includes a link detail table. It contains all your entered domains, the links we found and your selected metrics. Moreover, you can proceed with secondary analyses from this chart.

Link Data Export

You can export link data either as CSV/ XLSX or work directly with this chart in the report:

Hide/ Enable Columns

In the link detail table, you can hide columns and also enable once hidden columns again. You can also show all columns at once:

You are able to maximize or minimize the link detail table just as you like. Just click on the free space next to the chart. 

There are two options to hide columns:

Filter Columns mode: Here you can directly “Hide” the columns in the table.

Hide Columns: Here you can choose from a list, which columns you would like to hide.

In order to add the columns again to the table, you just have to click on each desired metric above the link detail table.

Detail Functions per Link

If you click the plus (+) next to one of your source URLs, which appears if you hover the cursor over it, the “Details to your URL” open.

Details to your URL

From here you can start several URL-actions:


  • Do you want to learn more about the backlink profile? Then start a BLP from here.

  • Would you like to know more about the details of the domain of this URL? Simply query the Whois information.

  • Would you like to view this URL again later? Then put this URL to your “favorites”, so you can quickly access it later.

  • Moreover, on the side of each found link in the detail table, a dropdown appears next to the link for more context actions. By clicking on the side of the link, quick details such as LRT Power*Trust, Link Velocity Trends (LVT), number of backlinks, DomPop will be displayed on the Context Menu for Page, Domain or Root Domain of the relevant link.

If we detect "Neighborhood Domains" for an URL, we display all these domains in the link detail table. More than that, we include a context menu that provides page, domain and root domain information for each URL in the neighborhood.

Multilevel Filters in LinkResearchTools

You have the option to use our multilevel filter directly in the link detail table.

Example: You solely want the “.com” or “” links to display in the chart? Enter “.com” in the search box.

Then, click on the filter funnel next to the search box and enter “” in the search box.

If you click on “AND”, you can select either “AND“ or “OR“, then select “OR“.

After the entry, you get a list including all links, which end with either “.com” or “”. You are able to combine the multilevel filter as you please. Do you only want to include links that start with, end with or equal a special link text?

After entering the filter (here: starts with “auto insurance”) you receive another list:

Depending on the selected metric you can continue to filter or reject your results as you please. Moreover, you have the option to filter by link type or simply by link status:

Multilevel Functions in LinkResearchTools

Now you have found your results and you would like to analyze them further or access them faster. With the multilevel function you can either analyze the chosen URLs further (QBL: domain or page analysis), add them to your favorites (for later access) or you add the URLs to the project or the global blacklist.

In the Link Detox, you also have the option to use the multilevel function for tagging, disavowing and evaluating backlinks.

If you mark the boxes on the left side, you can tag, disavow or rate more at the same time.

But please keep in mind, if you disavow a link it doesn’t automatically go to Google. It will be added to you Google Disavow File, which you can export and upload it in your Google Search Console.

Bulk Actions

In Link Detox, you also have the advantage to disavow, undisavow, rate links or add and remove tags on bulk. Just filter for the links in the table where you want to apply the bulk actions.

Filter Slices

Filter Slices are predefined filters that you can use to filter the link detail table with one click. The default Filter Slices allow you to filter your report

Own Slice

You can create and save your own filter slices too. Filter in the link detail table for the desired metrics and settings and create a new slice with “New Slice – Save Slice“.

Example: You exclusively want to see links, which have the anchor text “auto insurance” and which are FOLLOW links and text links. Set the filters according to your needs in the link detail table.

When you are done filtering, create a new slice by choosing a name and click on „Save Slice“.

 You will find the new slice in “Stored Slices”. If you want to use the filter now, you just have to click on it and the link detail table will adjust.

Favorite URLs

In the link detail table, you also can save multiple URLs as ”favorites” to manage and analyze them later on. To add a URL to the favorites, simply use the “Star” symbol next to the URL in the link detail table, or tick the wanted URLs and use the additional functions at the end of the chart.

You can, of course, delete the links that are no longer needed and keep your favorites up to date. The menu item “Favorites” takes you to the summary page from where you can start further analyses or you can work off your list of saved URLs.