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You can add a quick filter on dashboard for a corresponding worksheet. When you click on the worksheet on the dashboard, it displays a container or borderline sort of box. On the top right corner of that container, there is a small downward arrow icon. Click on it; you'll see a "Filters" option in the menu; on mouse hover to filters, you'll see the quick filters that you can add to the dashboard.
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Aman is correct--once you've added the quick filter to the worksheet, it will become available for the dashboard. If you have multiple sheets on the dashboard, select the sheet where you added the quick filter, choose the "Analysis" menu>>"Quick Filters" and the newly added quick filter option should be available for you to select. If you want this filter applied to the other sheets, you can apply the filter to the other sheets without repeating this process.
Hope this helps. The online training videos/resources should cover things like this, so I'd recommend starting with those videos, working through some sample data examples, etc.
Thanks Aman! That is just what I was trying to find. Great help.
Thanks Matthew. I was beating my head against my desk doing all sorts of searches for how to do this. I agree I need to spend more time in the various primer videos- I imagine it would have popped up at some point. Thanks again,