Is it possible to filter a table based on when a user selects a row on another table. For example, I have a summary table that shows stats for all our costumer. In addition I have another table below that shows the same stats for three different categories [‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’]. Is it possible, when a user of the dashboard selects a specific costumer (row) in the summary table, the data in the other table to get filter for that costumer?
Yes, it is possible to do that. You can use Actions to achieve this with Filter scope option on a table as shown below:
Now every time I select a category in the table, it will filter the second table with category.
In your case, you would just scope it down to your customer identifier.
Thank you @Srikanth_Baheti, this was helpful.
Is there also a way to link actions with parameters? I want to be able to change the name of the table dynamically, everytime a user selects a row (costumer) in the other table?