Using filters and parameters
Users can interact with dashboards by clicking on specific areas of the application or hovering over a visual to get additional information on specific data points. As a BI developer, you might come across scenarios where you will need to add additional interactivity to your dashboards, allowing your users to filter datasets or implement specific actions. In this section, we will learn how to leverage those specific QuickSight features to add interactivity to our dashboards. We will provide hands-on examples while using the New York dataset and dashboard we developed earlier in Chapter 4, Developing Visuals and Dashboards. But first, we will need to understand how to use QuickSight filters.
Working with filters
QuickSight authors can filter datasets. For example, you can use filtering when you need to refine a dataset before you visualize it. You can control the scope of the QuickSight filters so that they can be applied to the visuals you want. Filtering...