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The filter selection allows you to gain full control over your data. Deep dive into a specific market or compare last week to this week. With the Briqpay insights filters, you can easily gain control and understand your eCommerce. 

Working with dates and times

Rolling time span

With the rolling time span, you can select a time period between today and a relative time span. An example of this could be the last 7 days that would be from the current day and seven days back disregarding a normal calendar week. 

Fixed time span

With the fixed time span, you can select time periods that correlate with calendar weekdays. An example of this could be selecting “This week” would be from Monday that week to the current date of the week. 


Changing currency

The exchange rate is saved daily and all orders are stored after being converted to a system base currency. When you are looking at the order amounts they are being converted back to the currency of your choice, meaning that the amount you see may slightly different compared to the actual numbers. However, for other parts of the system, the real order amount with the selected currency is always used.

Dynamic filters

Filter Search

When clicking on the Filter dropdown you will be presented with different options of filters that you may apply. You can also search for filters by typing in the box and navigating through them using your keyboard. The filter you select will be applied to the entire dashboard and the graphs will automatically update.

Funnel not updating

The funnel will not reflect the dynamic filter selection you make, but it will update when you change different time spans. It’s simply technical and data-based limitations behind this. For example, selecting a payment method would always give you 100% conversion in the funnel, since the payment methods differ for each checkout session and they are not applied until the end of the flow.

Adding filters by clicking on widgets

Some widgets offer you the possibility of adding a filter by simply clicking on a piece of a widget. Pie charts are a good example of this feature. When hovering over a slice of the chart, it will tell you that you may click it and the filter will be applied. When doing so, the filter will be added to the dynamic filters box for visibility and the dashboard will update accordingly.

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