I am sure this questions exists in some form but I can not find it.
When we create a dashboard and add filters we are trying to allow end users to save or memorize settings of the dashboard without creating new dashboards. For example let’s say that I own a large Automotive dealer group with 20 locations and 2 departments in each location. I want to be able to create one consistent dashboard that everybody can see and I also want to let those same users who may be within a single department at a single location filter and Save preset filters for that dashboard. Now I know that you can edit the dashboard and save a revision with the changed filters but what I am thinking is it would be nice to have some type of drop down that would allow me to cycle through the difference slices or save filtered versions of the same dashboard. In that drop down I may have something like location 1, service department, last 7 days worth of transactions. I may have another saved version that is location 2, parts department, last 14 days worth of transactions. Instead of having to remember all of the different filter permutations each time I come to the report, it would allow me to set those filters and then save and name that combination of saved filters for easy recall. We are currently doing this by using filters outside of metabase in our web application and saving those filtered values and when a user wants to cycle through the different versions We are simply adding those filters to the end of the URL. It would be great if this was a native function within metabase because I’m guessing a lot of people like to look at the same dashboard but with various filter permutations.