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Interacting with your dashboards

Using a chart to filter your dashboard (a.k.a. cross-filtering)โ€‹

When you right-click on the value in a chart (e.g. a point in your scatter plot), you can choose to filter on that value and update all of the other relevant charts in the dashboard. This type of chart-to-dashboard filtering is sometimes called cross-filtering.

You can see which tiles had the filter applied by hovering over the dashboard filter applied text on your chart tile.โ€‹

Once you've clicked on your filter, all of the tiles in your dashboard with the filter field will be filtered to the value you selected.

You can see which tiles had the filter applied by hovering over the dashboard filter applied text on your chart tile.

Your cross-filtering will not change the saved chart unless you're in edit modeโ€‹

The filters you add using cross-filtering won't be saved unless you're in edit mode (i.e. you've clicked edit in your dashboard) and you save the filters you applied.

Otherwise, you can cross-filter away without any worry that you'll be changing the chart for everyone else! ๐Ÿ˜Š