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  • Dashboard Designer: Interactive Filters

    Interactive filters are filters that appear as tiles directly on the Dashboard itself. Filter tiles have several different styles to choose between, and can resize and scale just like any other tile. Filters can apply to as many or as few reports as needed. This article applies to versions of the application released prior to v2019.2.
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  • Dashboard Designer (v2019.2+)

    Dashboards are a way to combine several related reports into one unified viewing space. Existing reports can be added to a Dashboard, and new Visualizations can be created directly on the Dashboard itself. Images, text, other web sites, and interactive filters can also be added.
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  • Filters

    Filters narrow the scope of reports by restricting the data by specified criteria.
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  • Dashboard Designer: Adding Reports

    Any Advanced Report, Express Report, ExpressView, and CrossTab Report can be added to a Dashboard. Existing filters and prompting parameters can be accessed and modified from the Dashboard Designer. This article applies to versions of the application released prior to v2019.2.
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  • Dashboard Designer: Existing Report Tiles (v2019.2+)

    Existing ExpressViews, Advanced Reports, or CrossTab Reports can be added to a Dashboard. Existing filters and parameters can be accessed and modified from the Dashboard Designer. Reports on Dashboards have most of the same interactivity as in the Report Viewer, with the exception of the interactive sorts/filters dock.
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  • Dashboard Designer: Filters (v2019.2+)

    The Filters menu in the Dashboard Designer toolbar is where filters are created, modified or removed, and imported prompting report filters can be modified. Use the Filters menu to add interactive filter tiles to the Dashboard Canvas.
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  • Custom Filter Functions

    Custom Filter Functions provide the ability to make functions that will dynamically calculate a value for a filter using high level code.
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  • ExpressView: Filtering (v2021.1)

    To show only data that matches certain criteria, filters can be added. Filters can also improve performance by only including relevant information. There are two kinds of filters that may be applied to an ExpressView: Standard and Top/Bottom.
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  • Group Min/Max Filters

    Group Min/Max Filters cause the report output to display detail containing either the highest/latest or lowest/earliest values in a field for either one group, multiple groups, or an entire data set.
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  • Sorting by Aggregates

    To sort groups by the summary, or aggregate, calculation of each group of an Advanced Report, use Top/Bottom filters. Top/Bottom filters look for the highest or lowest values in a set, and then put those values in order. Any arbitrary cell in the report can be the Top/Bottom filter.
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  • Custom Filter Functions

    Nick talks about some common use cases for custom filter functions and then explores how we might use them creatively to improve upon our user experience even more!
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