Using Filters

Filter to analyze a smaller part of your metric.

You can filter data of a selected Metric by any of its sub-properties by following these steps.

  1. Click + filter to display a Filter By field below the metric and then proceed to select a property to filter by.
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  1. Options displayed in the Select property drop-down menu will vary based on the data source and metric selected. In this example, we select browser_name.
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  1. Select a filter operator by clicking on the middle field to display drop-down options. For example, equals, does not equal, contains, etc.
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    The drop-down options available on the middle and right fields will depend on the property selected on the left field. The images below show examples of drop-down options on the Operator (middle) field and the Custom (right) field if created_at is selected on the Property (left) field.

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    You can use the calendar to specify the month, day, and year of the filter property.

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  1. In this example, we retain the middle field selection of equals and select Edge on the right field. The vertical bar chart on the right now reflects the filtered data.
    The graph now displays all the unique visitors that came into the website using an Edge browser in the last 30 days.
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Filtering Two or More Properties

You can filter two or more properties to further sift through your data. You can use the Filter feature as many times as you want to refine your data.

Click + filter and proceed with the same steps.

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When adding a second filter the data in the chart changes accordingly. Notice that the bar chart on the right in the image below is different from the chart in the image above because the chart in the image below shows filtered data of two properties: browser_name (1) and os_name (2).

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The bar chart in the image below reflects filtered data of three properties: browser_name (1), os_name (2), and created_at (3).

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