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Drop-down filters

AdamRobC
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Hi,

 

I want to create a drop-down filter for Page - where the user can search for and select a page to filter a panel. I don't want to have to drag in individual pages (there are many hundreds), I just want a list of all pages that the user can search through. Alternatively, is there any way to 'filter' filters? i.e. can I apply a segment to a drop-down filter so it only shows pages that meet certain criteria?

 

Thanks,

Adam

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Andrey_Osadchuk
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Maybe you do not need the segment (drop-down) at all. Why not to click on the funnel icon next to the Page dimension in the freeform table and apply a filter? — yes, it will be manual process, but it's very universal.

 

OR

 

Alternatively, train your users to use to left rail. Find the Page dimension, click on the arrow icon next to it, search for a page, drag and drop it into the freeform table.

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Andrey_Osadchuk
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Maybe you do not need the segment (drop-down) at all. Why not to click on the funnel icon next to the Page dimension in the freeform table and apply a filter? — yes, it will be manual process, but it's very universal.

 

OR

 

Alternatively, train your users to use to left rail. Find the Page dimension, click on the arrow icon next to it, search for a page, drag and drop it into the freeform table.

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evolytics_brian
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi, @AdamRobC  

For the "how to filter a filter" part of your question, you can multi-select specific values in the left rail (eg// specific pages), hold down the <shift> key and drag them over (as a group) to create a drop-down filter containing just those items. This isn't practical for a large number of items, but works well for a curated list.

jantzen_belliston-Adobe
Community Manager
Community Manager
Do any of the answers below answer your initial question? If so, can you select one of them as the correct answer? If none of the answers already provided answer your question, can you provide additional information to better help the community solve your question?
AdamRobC
Level 2
Level 2
Hi, none of the answers are 'solutions' per se, this would require Adobe to change the filter functionality from what I can see.
jantzen_belliston-Adobe
Community Manager
Community Manager
Understood. In that case, I'd suggest you create an idea in the Analytics Ideas section of the community. That way yourself and others with the same use case can vote on the idea to help our product team prioritize it on their roadmap.