Google Data Studio Filters

27 August 2020

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Updated on Aug 20th, 2020
Aug 20th, 2020 Google released a new ‘Add a control’ menu where you can find some new types to filter the data:
Checkbox
Slider
Input Box

Let us take a closer look at how it works (the newly added filters are tagged with NEW!):

Important note: Slider filter only works with dimensions. The metric slider is available in tables:

For more details on the control usage, please check Google help center.

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