You can filter the results being displayed in a map in order to minimize the amount of information shown, allowing you to find exactly what you are looking for.
1. Filter using pins' data
In the widget's configuration, in Filter options, you can customize the filter and how the pins' data will be listed in the table.
The Filter table lists pins' data that are displayed on the map., and you can choose between the device name or a variable value to represent a pin's data. Once the row in the table is clicked, the pin will be centered on the map.
You can do so by selecting the Add filter button. From there, there are three ways to filter the results: by filtering by the name of the variable itself, by the name of the device, or by the values from a variable.
Filtering the values means that all of the values from the variables will be shown, but only for the variables selected.
Once the filter is enabled, a filter button will be displayed on the top left of the map widget.
Keep in mind that list by value in the Filter table only shows the values from the variables, and not the latitude and longitude of positions, for example.
2. Filter using dates
You can pre-set some date filters for the data to be displayed, and the dates can be personalized to better suit the application needs. The result can be seen in the image below:
To display the date filter, just go into the Preset time interval tab in the map's configuration, and then select the intervals that will be available for the user to filter. Check out the example below for an example:
The possible units of time available to you are the following:
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