You can apply default view filters on each dashboard. In this article we explain all default view filter options.
Apply filters to limit or modify the data in a dashboard view. For example, you can use filters to exclude retailers, sellers, brands or products. To apply default filters on a dashboard view you first:
- Make your selection of default filter options (see image below for all default filters)
- Click 'Apply filters'.
- Clear all filters by clicking the clear-icon
- Save your set of filters as a 'saved filter' by clicking the save-icon
- Date Range: How to set a default data range on a dashboard
- Retailer assortment: How to create a retailer assortment product list
- Saved filters: How to create saved filters
- Custom filters: How to create custom filters
- Then click 'Done'.
- A saved filter is a set of filters that is saved to
- You can also apply a default filter to a dashboard.
Please note that, when setting the date range on “Today”, depending on the retailer and moment of the day, the data might not be completely updated up until that moment.
You can check the data freshness by clicking on the heart symbol at the upper-right of your screen. A green checkbox tells that the retailer’s data is up to date. An orange circle represents that the data of that day is not fully processed yet. When data is not fully processed yet, the data is not blocked. You can still see data, but in that case it’s not real-time.
Other default filters
After selecting a date range you can select (a) retailer(s), brand(s), seller(s) and/or countries.
Please be aware that you have to click the “apply filters” button at the bottom of the filter menu!