How to Filter and Display Data Dynamically Using Runtime Filter View

How to Filter and Display Data Dynamically Using Runtime Filter View

hw27v35-uc14-2.jpgHere is an example of a chart that is filtered by the selected Mocha view.
Selecting and displaying the right data that will most effectively communicate your message is an important part of the chart creation process.

Different audiences may require a view with all data or a view with a subset of data.

If you are using a SharePoint list or library to create a chart in Chart Plus 3.5 for SharePoint 2010, then the new Runtime Filter View option will give you the ability to dynamically filter and display data using the** Views** drop-down menu.

The Runtime Filter Option is not enabled by default, but can be enabled from the Chart Plus settings screen.

Step Action Result
1. Select SharePoint List or Library Settings and check the Runtime Filter View option. For more information on how to edit the Chart Plus, see Configuring Chart Plus. hw27v35-uc14-4.jpg
2. Select the views from Available Views and use the > or >> buttons to add them to Selected Views. You must select views to make them available for the Runtime Filter View.


Selected views will be available in the Views drop-down list on the chart. To reorder the views, select a view and click the up and down arrows. Note: The Default View is the view that you selected in View Name. In this example, “All Items” is the Default View.

3. To use the Runtime Filter View in a chart, select a view from the Views drop-down list.


The None option shows all items. The Default View option displays the view you selected in View Name in the SharePoint List or Library Settings screen.