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j_schmidt
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Filter widget | Comma separated values

Hi,

in the Qlik Sense filter widget i can select the values from the list und use wildcards.
Is it also natively possible to input a liste of values at onces, for example comma separated?

Sometimes users have a liste of filter values they want to filter and dont want to enter each value separately in the filter.
I would be good if they could paste the string with somehow separated values directly and the according fields are filtered.

Is this possible with Qlik Sense?

Cheers.

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j_schmidt
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Hi,

I read the documentation for the search before but i guess not thorough enough 😕
it seems that it is possible to achieve what i am looking for with the beginning-of-word-wildcard:

For example ^1 ^2 ^11 will filter for exactly these three numbers.

Cheers,
John

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marcus_sommer
MVP & Luminary
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Try it with: (value1|value2|value3|"value with space"|"*value*")

- Marcus

j_schmidt
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Author

Hi Marcus,

sorry no that is not working 😕

ajaykakkar93
Specialist
Specialist

Hi,

Try it with: value1<space>value2<space>.....
i.e. value1 value2

j_schmidt
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Creator
Author

Sorry tried that already, is that working on your system?

ArnadoSandoval
Specialist II
Specialist II

Hi @j_schmidt ; @ajaykakkar93 , @marcus_sommer 

This is the Qlik Help explaining the Filter Widget's searching features: Searching within selections or visualizations based on the help information, perhaps the + sign will help them.

hth

Arnaldo Sandoval
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
ajaykakkar93
Specialist
Specialist

Yes this could be a possible solution for your case @j_schmidt .

j_schmidt
Creator
Creator
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Hi,

I read the documentation for the search before but i guess not thorough enough 😕
it seems that it is possible to achieve what i am looking for with the beginning-of-word-wildcard:

For example ^1 ^2 ^11 will filter for exactly these three numbers.

Cheers,
John

View solution in original post