Data Card Filters allow you to apply filters to a single data card. Filters currently applied at the data card level will now display persistently at the top of the data card:
If your data card is using the dashboard level filters, you will see the following:
In order to edit data card filters, click on the current filters (circled above) to open the data card tray at the bottom of your screen. If you would like set filters at the data card level and override the dashboard level filters, make sure that you click on the “Override Dashboard Filters” toggle.
You can now apply one or more filters at the data card level. No need to save the filter - once you’ve chosen the appropriate filter, it is automatically applied.
Example Use: Utilizing data card filters can provide helpful comparison insights across your dashboard view. For example, you may want your default dashboard date range to be the Last Week. However, you may also want to see at-a-glance data for the Last 30 Days. You could create a data card, override the dashboard filters and apply a date filter to the Last 30 Days for that data card. This way you’ll be able to see both time frames at a glance on a single dashboard.
Note: if you want to edit data card settings, including the Card Name and Card Properties, click on the 3-dot menu on the top right of your card and choose Settings.