Customizing Quick Filters

You can control how a quick filter appears on the sheet, in dashboards, or when published to Tableau Server. Customize quick filters by selecting Customize on the quick filter card menu.

Not all of the following options are available for views published to Tableau Server.
Then select from the following options:
  • Show “All” Value - toggles whether to show the “All” option that displays by default in multiple values and single value lists.
  • Show Search Button - toggles whether to show the search button at the top of the quick filter.
  • Show Include/Exclude - toggles whether to show the Include Values and Exclude Values commands on the quick filter card menu. When shown, users can switch the quick filter between include and exclude modes.
  • Show Filter Types - toggles whether to let users change the type of quick filter shown. For example, when shown, a user can change a multiple values list to a compact list.
  • Show More/Fewer Button - toggles whether to show the More/Fewer button at the top of the quick filter.
  • Show Apply Button - toggles whether to show the Apply button at the bottom of the quick filter. When shown, changes to the filter are only applied after you click the button. Pending changes are indicated with a green color. This option is only available in multiple values lists and dropdowns.
  • Show Readouts - controls whether the minimum and maximum values are displayed as text above a range of values. The readouts can be used to manually type a new value instead of using the sliders.

  • Show Slider - controls whether the slider displays. When this option is cleared, the quick filter only displays the readouts.
  • Show Null Controls - shows a drop-down list that lets you control how the filter handles null values. You can select from the following options:
    • Values in Range - the filter only includes values within the specified range.
    • Values in Range and Null Values - the filter includes values within the specified range as well as null values.
    • Null Values Only - the filter includes only null values.
    • Non-Null Values Only - the filter includes only values that are not null.
    • All Values - the filter includes all values. Use this option to quickly reset the selected range to include all values.

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