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Analysis Workspace: Add segments to Flow and Fallouts

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Level 4

1/23/17

A lot of the time if I want to add a segment to a single visualization, I will add the segment across the top of my freeform table and I'm in business. However with the Flow and Fallouts, since a freeform is not fueling it, I don't have that option. So right now I have to have my fallouts hanging out in their own Panel which creates a pretty disjointed experience from a date range management perspective.

It would be great if I could add a segment just to the Flow and Fallout reports.

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Level 4

1/23/17

Yes. That works! I have watched that video but it has been a while. I did not know that there is a dropzone at the top. Unless you are on top of it, it would be hard to find.

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Employee Advisor

1/23/17

Couldn't agree more Smiley Happy

 

I do believe we actually fixed that with last week's release. Let me know if I'm wrong though!

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Level 4

1/23/17

It looks to me like you have to be right on it.

 

When you select a segment for the panel, the fact that it is surrounded by grey, highlights that is an independent drop zone

segment drop zone - panel level.png

 

In the fallout, it is not too obvious until you are on top of it, when it gets the bold black boarder.

segment drop zone - fallout.png

 

The "Add a Segment" primer on the panel drop zone helps too.

segment drop zone - panel - add a segment.PNG

 

I could totally be the only one that it is not super obvious for, but I did totally miss it. 

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Employee

1/24/17

@Alyson_Murphy I think you are right on both points. We could improve the UX for segmenting Fallout. As for Flow, you can't apply it to the visualization specifically right now; you'd need to add it to the panel, and put Flow in its own panel.