The title or grouping assigned to a customized group of users. The Custom Member List (CML) offers a fast way of filtering more than two users. CMLs are assigned a name that corresponds to the team they represent. This allows the analyst to quickly select all users be removed or isolated for the sake of analysis. A common example is creating a list called ‘Corporate Comms Team’ to allow the analyst to select or remove all corporate communications team members from a visual. This way network or group statistics can be evaluated more conservatively and omit the engagement of facilitators. CML’s can also be used to compare the actions of two different work teams within an organization. A user can belong to more than one custom list.