You can, in fact, apply filters to objects in templates. The process is outlined here: How to Apply a Specific Filter to Tables or Images – Customer Feedback for Vizubi
There is a hierarchy for how filters get applied in NPrinting and an object-level filter gets top priority.
The order (in priority) goes: object>recipient>report>task
Thank you Sthephen for your fast answer!
But i have a doubt, i understand i can create a filter to a specific object, but i can tel nprinting that this object do not take the filter of the report?
i think that as you tell me if the priority is the object filters, i will create a filter for this object and others filters for the report, this only object will have ONLY the filter that the object have? and do not use the report filters?
thank you again Stephen
What you need to do is create a filter which will apply for certain values of the dimensions you want to filter, and blocks filtering for all other dimensions. To block filtering, you need to apply the clear selections parameter to the filters on those dimensions for which you want to block filtering.
The tutorial Stephen sent you documents this feature.
Make sure you follow the steps and isntructions from Aran and Stephen - if you do not do the block filtering as recommended by Aran the issue you may run into is filters at the report level apply to all objects within the report, so you may have an issue where the filter at the specific object is applied but then you have the filters that affect the entire report.