How to set up actions or interactions for visualizations, filters, components, and views.
This article shows you how to set up a navigate interaction so that when you click on a data point, the current view is replaced with a second dashboard showing filtered data corresponding to the clicked data point.
This article shows you how to set up a navigate interaction so that when a user clicks on a table cell, a URL is opened in another window and the caption of the cell is passed in the URL as part of a query string.
This article shows you how to set up a hover over interaction so that a second dashboard is displayed in a popup and filtered accordingly when you hover over a data point on the first dashboard.
A drill down interaction lets you navigate one level down on a selected hierarchy when you click a data point, and filters to the selected point.
A filter interaction lets you set up a data visualization so that when a data selection is made, other visualizations with compatible hierarchies can be automatically filtered to the same selection.
This article shows you how to set up a filter interaction on a button or label component that will cause a data control to be filtered when the component is clicked.
This walkthrough shows you how to create a basic help overlay for a dashboard. A help overlay is information about a dashboard that is displayed when the user hovers over or clicks on a help button.
This walkthrough shows you how to set up a button to expand or collapse a template grid cell without any scripting.
A data input interaction lets viewers of dashboards or other views append data to the Data Input transform in a data cube. This article walks through how to set up this type of interaction.
Learn how to use the script editor when editing dashboards and other views to provide custom functionality.