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Use Report Filters

Student filters allow you to adjust the student population included in a report. You can apply multiple standard or district-customized filters. You can also apply saved filters to some reports.

Apply Student Filters

Use student filters to choose the students you want to display in a report. Follow this procedure to filter students, use a saved student filter, create a new saved student filter, or update an existing saved student filter.

  1. Click Add Filter.
  2. To use a saved filter, choose from the Saved Filters. If you select a saved filter, you can skip to step 10 and apply the filter or add more filter selections in the following steps.
  3. Click a category tab to display the related filters.
  4. Click an available filter to display its options. In the following diagram example, the Gender filter is selected in the Demographics category.
  5. Optionally, use the Search to narrow the scope of options.
  6. Select the desired filter options. In the diagram, the F (female) filter is applied.
  7. Optionally, select additional filters from the tabs as needed.
  8. If you use a saved filter, click Update Filter to make changes. You can only update filters to which you have update permission.
  9. If you want to save your current filter selections to use later, click Create New Filter and follow the prompts to name the filter.
  10. Click Apply to add the filtered choices to the report.

A diagram of a sample Student Filter.

The numbers in parentheses indicate the number of selected attributes. For a category tab, the number in parentheses indicates the number of related filters you selected. For a filter, it indicates the number of options you selected. For a filter option, it indicates the number of students. The number of students displayed by a filter option takes other selected filters into account.

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