Introduction To Dashboard Filters On Unity SCM

Yami Glick
Head of Product
January 25, 2023

Dashboard filters are an essential part of data analysis. It is a great tool to help you organize, sort, and filter data quickly and easily, so that you can focus on things that matter the most. 

This guide will walk you through the basics of dashboard filters on Unity SCM so that you can make the most of your data.

How Dashboard Filters Work

Dashboard filters enable users to apply different data views to a dashboard. Thus, users can narrow the dashboard's results to only the data they are interested in.

Overall, filters are defined per dashboard and can be based on any dimension in the data model. There are hundreds of dimensions available on Unity SCM, and they can all be further customized based on the use case.

Adding Dashboard Filters

To get started, go to the relevant dashboard and click on the “Add Filter” button under the dashboard’s title.

Adding Dashboard Filters on Unity SCM

The “Filters” window pops up next. Make sure to click on the “Add Filter” button to select the dimension of your choice from the dropdown and enter the criteria for it. 

Adding Dashboard Filters on Unity SCM



Hit “Done” when ready to save the filter and enjoy your filtered dashboard view!

Adding Dashboard Filters on Unity SCM

Viewing/ Editing Filters

If you want to check what kind of filters are currently active or make edits, click on the filter field below the dashboard’s name.

When filters are set, the “Add filter” button changes to show the number of filters. However, its function remains the same, and you can add new filters or edit the existing ones from the “Filters” window by clicking it.

When you click a filter, an edit dropdown appears.

You can check the filter details in the dropdown and adjust them if necessary.

Viewing and Editing Dashboard Filters on Unity SCM

We hope this guide will help you build a perfect dashboard view with the filters you need on a daily basis. So give it a try and let us know what you think!