Filters can be added to Dashboards to control the data displayed in the widgets. When interacting with a dashboard filter (selecting operators, filter values...), a final condition will be applied to the widgets that use the filter.
- Operator: specify the comparison type, for example IS, IS NOT...
- Value: the value of the filter. The value you can select/input depends on the data type of the filter.
- Modifier (optional): only available for some of the operators in Date filter (for example,
Please follow the links for more details about each type of filter
- Field Filters: Filters of this type get values from a field available in a Dataset
- Manual-input Filters: Filters that requires you to manually input filter values. These include:
In Dashboard editor view, create filters by clicking the funnel icon along the top right corner.
A modal will pop up for you to start setting up the filter:
- Filter Label: required
- Filter Types: Select from the list of filter types. If you select Field type, you will be prompted to select the model field you want to get data from
- Default value: (Optional) Specify the default operator and value you want to apply to the widgets when you open the dashboard.
After setting up a filter, you need to map it to the widgets and the field that will be filtered on.
- Field filters will be automatically mapped to the widgets that use the same Dataset
- Manual-input filters need to be manually mapped to widgets and fields.
Filters can only be mapped to the fields of the same data type.
Click "Submit" to finish creating a filter.
Updated 6 months ago