#FeatureFRIYAY July: export dashboards with filters & more!

Have you been enjoying the sun lately? ☀️ Refresh yourself with a fresh drink or an ice cream, and celebrate #FeatureFRIYAY together with us! Let’s have a look at the new features that were released in July.

Set initialization filters on any chart

Have you used our initialization filters before? When you select a specific value on your filter object, you can ‘pin’ that value as the default dashboard filter.

In other words, every time you open your dashboard, it will automatically have that same filter applied.

Apart from the filter objects, you can now use initialization on other chart types as well! Whenever you select an item on your chart to filter, you can use the toggle to set it as the default filter when opening the dashboard.

For example, let’s say France is your most important market. So, whenever you open your dashboard, you want to see the results for France first. You can do that by selecting France on a map chart & then set it as the initializing filter.

In the dashboard below, you can see how it loads with a filter on the France region. You can simply deselect the area to view your total performance, or select a different region to zoom in.


Export with runtime filters

In terms of filtering, this is not the only news we have to bring. Next to initialization filters, we also introduced a new feature that many of you have been patiently waiting for.

Do you regularly export your dashboards to PDF or PNG? We’ve now made it possible to export your dashboard with runtime filters.

Imagine you’re slice-and-dicing your dashboard, and you encounter an interesting insight. Thanks to our new export functionality, you can now export the filtered version of your dashboard with just one click on the button!

Export dashboards with runtime filters in Cumul.io

What’s more, initialization filters are also taken into account for your exports. So, if you have a default filter set on a specific month or year, it will automatically be applied in the export. So for scheduled emails, you’ll always export the version with your initialized filters applied.

Do note that when you export or send via email directly, any filters you have applied to the dashboard at that moment will override the initialization filters.

Feature highlight: webinar on derived columns

In last month’s webinar, we covered how to create maps in Cumul.io. This month, we’re taking a deeper look into derived columns.

Derived columns are a great way to enrich your dataset directly in Cumul.io. You can simply add a new data column based on the existing columns, by using one of our formulas.

In a 30-minute webinar session, our customer success team shared their expert tips on how to get the most out of derived columns:

  • What are derived columns?
  • The different formulas & their options
  • Practical examples of if-functions, date formulas and more

Do you want to further explore derived columns? Watch the webinar below!

We’re included in the G2 Grid for Embedded Business Intelligence!

To end our newsflash with more good news, we want to send out a big thank you to all of our users! Thanks to your valuable feedback & reviews, we were included in G2’s Grid for Embedded Business Intelligence.

This grid ranks the best embedded BI platforms on the market, and we’re in the High Performers quadrant! Currently, Cumul.io is ranked in the top 5 for ease-of-use.

Overall, we’re the #7 highest rated embedded analytics platform & that’s thanks to all of you! A warm shout-out to all our clients that have left us a review on G2, we really appreciate it.

👉 Do you want to help us get to the top of the grid? Leave a G2 review & share your thoughts with the crowd!

👉 Excited about our new features? Go to Cumul.io and try them out right away!

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