Board Filters

Sorting and filtering your posts to quickly find what you need

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Written by Jacques Reulet
Updated over a week ago

When you open feedback in Canny, you'll see your posts listed next to a left-hand menu: 

Let's explore each of the menu options listed here:

User Segment
User Segments allow you to group your users into specific groups (segments) based on specified traits (e.g. monthly spend, company size, etc.). This way, you can see which posts certain groups are interacting with. Learn more

Date Range

Filter posts by their creation date or by votes received within a date range.


Select which boards you want to be included in the list. Only posts from the selected boards will be available.


Filtering by status lets you see which posts are further along in the process. Learn more


Tags are only visible to Canny admins. Any given post can also have multiple tags applied to it. Filtering by tag lets you quickly group posts together. Learn more


Categories are visible to users and can be selected when creating a post. You can reassign a post to a new category as an admin. Learn more


Canny lets you assign individual owners to your posts. Any Canny admin can be set as the "owner" of a given post. This ensures everyone's role is clear and defines accountability. Learn more

Search / Sort

  • Trending: Sort the board by which posts have gotten the most votes recently. Most activity at the top.

  • Top: Sort by raw vote totals. Most votes at the top. Least votes at the bottom.

  • MRR: This option will sort posts by total MRR (Monthly Recurring Revenue) value. (NOTE: If multiple users from the same company vote on one post, the MRR value will not increase. The company's value is only counted once per post.)

  • Newest: Sort the board in chronological order, newest posts first.

  • Oldest: Sort the board in chronological order, oldest posts first.

  • Opportunities: This is only for accounts with Salesforce connected. Salesforce will pass over the total dollar value for Opportunities. This way, you can see which posts will most help your sales team close those deals!

Saved Filters

Once you have the filters you need, you can also save your filter selections for next time:

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