Dashboard-Wide Filtering

Last update: 2023-07-24
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With dashboard-wide filtering, you can make bulk edits of all the reports on a specific dashboard. You can quickly view the same analysis over different time periods or for different stores. You can easily compare the performance of a previous year, month, or week per store. You can update an entire dashboard to accommodate a newly launched campaign.

Date filters

To change the date range or interval of reports on a dashboard, click the calendar icon in the upper-right-hand corner (calendar).

You can choose to view data using a Fixed Date Range or various pre-calculated Moving Date Ranges:

moving date ranges

The Last Full... moving range options represent the most recently fully completed range, while This... is the current, in-progress range. For example, if it is June, the Last Full Month is May 1 - May 31, while This Month is June 1 - Now.

Or create your own Custom Moving Range:

custom moving range

Choose to change the interval as well. Selecting the default button (time interval default) means that only the date range changes:

time interval

To restore all reports to their initial date range and interval, click Restore Defaults or click Cancel.

When you specify a date filter for a dashboard, that filter is applied to that dashboard only. It is not applied when you navigate to other dashboards.


Currently, Cohort Reports and SQL Reports are not included when applying changes at a dashboard level.

Store filters

To analyze how a specific store is performing, click the stores icon in the upper-right-hand corner (Store Filter). By default, Store Filter is set to All Stores, which displays the data from all store views available in your Commerce site.


A store filter is enabled or disabled for an entire Commerce Intelligence account. If a dashboard contains reports that are not affected by the filter (such as reports that are not built on any Adobe Commerce data), those reports do not update when the store filter is applied. You can contact support if you believe that a report should update based on store selection or if you believe that your account store filter is mistakenly disabled.

When you select a store from the Store Filter, the filter retains your selection when you navigate between dashboards. Retaining your selection allows you to see data for your selected store everywhere until you select All Stores.

Filters for shared dashboards

For shared dashboards, if one user configures the date filter, other users with access to the dashboard sees that same filter applied. However, the store filter does not apply in this case. If the dashboard owner configures the store filter and shares the dashboard, the configured store filter does not persist to another user. A user must have edit access to a dashboard in order to adjust the dashboard filters.

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