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How to Filter?

Oğulcan Özyavuz

Step 1: Accessing Table View Options

Click on the "View Options" button located at the top right corner of your table. These options allow you to customize your table's appearance.

Step 2: Accessing Filtering Options

After clicking the "View Options" button, select the "Filter" option to access filtering options.

Step 3: Metric Selection and Filtering Method

When you start filtering, you can select an option like "Equal", "Not Equal", "Less Than", "Less or Equal", "Greater Than", and "Greater or Equal" to filter a numeric metric.

After defining your selected filtering method, enter a specific value. This helps you start the filtering process.

If you want to filter a text-based metric, you can select an option like "Equals", "Not Equal", "Contains", "Not Contains", "Starts With", and "Not Starts With".
After defining your selected filtering method, enter the value you want to filter.

Alternatively: Filtering via Clicking on the Metric

In the table, you can also access filtering options by clicking on the heading of the metric.

After selecting the metric, for filtering a numeric metric, you can select an option like "Equal", "Not Equal", "Less Than", "Less or Equal", "Greater Than", and "Greater or Equal".

After defining your selected filtering method, enter a specific value.
If you want to filter a text-based metric, again you can select an option like "Equals", "Not Equal", "Contains", "Not Contains", "Starts With", and "Not Starts With".

After defining your selected filtering method, enter the value you want to filter.
By following these steps, you can filter data in your table as you wish and obtain more specific results. Filtering helps you to review your data in a more meaningful way.