Even tables can go from a static representation to an active tool for drilling down into more data. In this video, learn how to add broader exploration with multiple levels of one table.
- [Instructor] For interactivity in Data Studio, … there's more than just filter drop downs to create a level … of engagement for your viewers. … You can make tables interactive … by giving users the ability to look through multiple levels … of data on their own, which are called drill downs. … For example, for this table that … says device category a drill down is when I click … on a device and then see more information … on another dimension by using the controls above. … So I'll drill down with this down arrow. … And now I'm looking … at age demographics that are just for desktop. … And I could get back to the default information … by using this control on the upper left above the table. … So let's add our own to this table … that's based on Google Ads data. … To do that, I'll go to edit. … And then instead … of choosing a new tool from the toolbar, the option … for drill downs is located right within the data panel. … Next, I'll add a second dimension … and I want to see more data about ads. …
- Connecting to data sources
- Adding charts and graphs
- Constructing filters
- Adding interactivity
- Creating and editing design themes
- Sharing reports