How to Create a Slider Filters

I would like to create a slider filter with a range that I can choose from the available measures.

How can I achieve this? 

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    • Principal Customer Solutions Consultant
    • Mark_Oldfield.1
    • 6 mths ago
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    Hi ,

    To achieve the functionality of filtering a range based on the available measures within a Discover you can use the Quick Filter functionality.

    Let's look at the Discover below 

    we can quickly apply a filter that will allow us to filter the Product elements by one of these metrics, in this case, we will filter 'Quantity'.

    If we right-click on the column header for 'Quantity' and navigate through the context menu as follows: Query Operations > Quick Filter > By Limit > Between @1 and @2 

    this will apply a filter to the Discover and create 2 parameters to allow for the input of the range to be filtered.

    Let me know if you have any further questions on this approach



    • Lead Software Engineer
    • Vijayan_Krishnan
    • 6 mths ago
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    Hi Mark,

    Thanks for your help

    I like to have both the range and the slider in present as below. help me to achieve it.

    • Principal Customer Solutions Consultant
    • Mark_Oldfield.1
    • 6 mths ago
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    The 'Between' filter example I provided creates 2 global parameters for the 'From' and 'To', with the initial example showing 2 text boxes, alternatively, they can be represented as 2 sliders.

    In this scenario, the global parameters cannot set the value of another global parameter (i.e. a text box parameter cannot have its value reflected into a separate slider parameter), so the current possible option that could be used in Present is to filter the range with either 2 text box parameters or 2 slider parameters.

    I would also suggest putting this as an idea in our Current Product Ideas area as a suggested feature.

    many thanks




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