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Jkovachi
Ranger

Does anyone know the best way to populate the top 10 customers?

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RADSr
Partner
Partner

That is a good question since ( I just learned trying to answer it ) "rank()" is not a supported function in an aggregate filter.

The best answer I could find is from this Incorta document:  https://docs.incorta.com/5.1/guides-analyze/    ( just CTRL-F in your browser and search for "top 10"

JoeM
Community Manager
Community Manager

If you have an insight already set up with all of your top customers sorted into descending order, you can go to the 'cog' in the top right of the insight settings and set the 'max rows limit' to 10.

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Ty you!  I looked right past it. LOL 😂

Joe,  Thanks for sharing. 

This is method I use for filtering the Top n.