Applying filters to your dashboards is a quick and easy way to refine your data by audience, country, and research wave. Here’s how.
All global data is loaded by default. To refine your results you can apply up to 4 audiences per dashboard.
Select the “Add an audience” icon to see a list of all your audiences, shared audiences, and default audiences. Choose the audience(s) you want and click “Add audiences” to add these to your dashboard.
Research wave filters
If you don’t select any waves, all historical research waves are loaded by default.
To define a research period, simply click on the Waves filter then select the options you want from the folders. You can select an entire year by clicking on the folder, or use the drop-down menu to select individual waves.
Once you’ve made your selection, click “Apply waves”.
Note: selecting multiple research waves will give you an average from across the period.
You can select an individual market, which will give you data for just that market, or you can select multiple markets, which will give you an average from the range you’ve chosen.
Select the markets you want using the “Locations” icon, then use the folders or search bar to choose each country. Once you’ve made your selection, click “Apply locations”.