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Filtering in Qlik Sense

Hi, I am new to Qlik and am in need of some help with creating a filter. I have a field named "Fruit Type" that looks like the following:

Fruit Type

Apple

Pear

Orange

and would like to filter my visualizations for each Fruit Type(similar to excel filtering).

Could someone help me do this?

Many thanks.

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darthobert
Contributor III
Contributor III

HI Bradley,    

     One of the objects you can drop onto the sheet canvas is a Filter Panem drop the object onto the canvas and then select the field/column under its data property.   This will allow you to filter dynamically on each fruit type.

filterpane.PNG

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darthobert
Contributor III
Contributor III

HI Bradley,    

     One of the objects you can drop onto the sheet canvas is a Filter Panem drop the object onto the canvas and then select the field/column under its data property.   This will allow you to filter dynamically on each fruit type.

filterpane.PNG

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Thank you Christopher! This worked perfectly!