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Customize your streams

Change how your stream displays information. This can help you make sense of large data sets and focus on what matters to you.

Choose your view

Use the view toggle to specify how you want to browse your stream.

Click the icons to activate the grid, tile, or map views.
Click the icons to activate the grid, tile, or map views.

In any of these views, click on an individual property for more detailed analysis. Any view you choose will apply any filters or groupings you've specified.

  • Grid—Shows a full grid of individual properties, which closely resembles a traditional schedule of values (SOV). This is the default view.
  • Tile—Shows a picture of each property and key information about the property. 
  • Map—Shows a satellite map with bubbles indicating the TIV and number of properties in each geographic area.

When you navigate away from the stream, the view you chose will reset to the default grid view.

Expand or collapse columns

In grid view, click the horizontal arrows to the right of a column header to expand a data element and view further details. Click them again to collapse the details and streamline your view.

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You can expand any of the following column headers to view related details:

  • Client Property ID
  • Building Name
  • Location
  • Geo-code level
  • Hazard summary
  • Total Insured Value
  • General Occupancy
  • Stewardship summary
  • Number of Stories - Above Ground
  • Specific Construction Class
  • Roofing Material
  • Roof Parapets Anchorage/Bracing
  • Roofing Material Installation Year
  • Window & Frame Type
  • Building Sprinklered
  • Permanent Flood Protection Measures
  • Modeling Available



When you navigate away from the stream, any columns you expanded will return to the default collapsed state.

Filter data

See only the information that matches the criteria you specify. Use queries to filter data by specific property attributes to help with detailed analysis.

  1. In a stream, click Filters.
  2. Click Add Rule.
  3. Select the property attribute you want to filter by.
  4. Select an operator from the drop-down list in the middle. Refer to Filter operator reference for information about each operator.
  5. Enter a value in the field on the right. If you selected is empty or is not empty, this step doesn't apply.
  6. Click Apply.

The following example creates a filter that will only return properties in the state of New York.

This filter will return properties in New York.
This filter will return properties in New York.

You can add multiple filters at the same time to further narrow down your data. Rules are combined as "AND" conditions, so filters will only return properties that meet all the rules you specify. For example, the following filter won't return any results, as one property cannot exist in two states.

This filter will not return any results.
This filter will not return any results.

Adding a filter also changes the data you see in explorers and summary metrics. You can clear a filter at any time, which will also remove the filter from these visualizations.

When you navigate away from the stream, any filters you applied will clear.

Convert local currencies

To convert local currencies, you need the Archipelago Intelligence package.

If you have property information in multiple currencies, your account manager can help manage exchange rates in your portfolio as part of the initial onboarding process. This ensures all your property values correctly convert to the display currency on platform.

But if you'd like to manage exchange rates yourself, you can edit one or more properties and update the following attributes:

  • Valuation currency—The local currency of the property.
  • Exchange rate—The exchange rate you want to use to convert the property's valuation currency to the organization's display currency.
  • Any property valuation attribute, such as TIV.

Archipelago uses the exchange rate you provide to convert property valuations to the display currency of the organization.









Updated 03 Jun 2022
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