I hope someone has come across this and can provide me with some direction.
I have a dashboard that pulls in data on usage of a program. This is done over a large population. I have dashboard filters that are set to ‘region’ and ‘city’.
Is it possible to set it up so that when the region is selected on the dashboard filter, only the available cities for that region populates in the second dashboard filter?
Hm, you seem to be trying to cascade filters. Same as
Is there a way we can Cascade a filter based on another filter value.
I have countries filter and City filter.
If i select a country , in city filter all cities related to country selected.
and as this brand new:
Does Metabase already have this in v0.31.0? Have I overlooked something? Is it on the horizon? Is it on the radar? Is there a native workaround?
Highly dimensional data like say hundreds of products categorized by color, type, quality, etc. across multiple geographies organized by State, County, region, district, city, zip, etc. requires a bunch of different filters that often conflict. One filter for State and another for city and another for zip, for example, it’s normal to pick a State a…
Thanks, yes - this is what I need. Cascading filters. Thank you for helping me out with the vocabulary.
@Maryke, Thank You! The best way to let the Metabase team know this is a highly desired feature is to “Like” related posts in this forum by clicking on the heart icon at the lower right of thread entries. Even more effective is signing up with an account on Github and “Upvote” related issue posts by clicking on the thumbs up icon at the lower left of as many thread entries as possible as in Limit the number of options displayed in a filter based on the selection of another filter (GitHub Issue #5540), for example.
Cascading (linked, dependent, etc.) filters is definitely a frequently requested enhancement for many users and doing the above helps the Metabase team prioritize the many demands on their time and resources in building on an already incredibly fantastic product!