Analysis Workspace - Color Customization

FrizNasty

07-08-2017

It would be great to have the ability to customize our Workspace Project Colors.  Looking to incorporate our brand colors to the reports/charts/etc, to give the deliverables a more custom look.  It would also be helpful to customize the Workspace colors for colorblind report recipients.

11 Comments (11 New)
11 Comments

ursboller

MVP

07-08-2017

at least replace the logo on PDF-Reports

customization should be done within global config not in each workspace project...

marion33678522

01-09-2017

Or at least get multiple pages on PDF !
It's one always only one large pdf !

florianag

09-10-2017

Strongly strongly STRONGLY support this

philipps8535234

18-10-2017

Support this, too!!!

Jarno_Rossi

MVP

21-11-2017

kelseyjoy

23-02-2018

Very much support this! Any executive-level reporting needs to be on-brand, and that is currently a larger limitation of Workspace.

felipe_giglio

10-04-2018

Support this, too!!!

Gigazelle

Employee

18-05-2018

This idea is duplicated by Add ability to change bar graph color (colour)​, adding an additional 48 votes here.

georgeb2620208

30-05-2018

While it seems like a nice to have, this really is the sort of feature one needs to have if this tool is to support executive reporting & dashboarding.

here is just one example where being able to set custom colors at a visualization level (Summary Number) would help to tie reporting together where I am relating displaying numbers of previous year, plan and current year actuals.

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jen_lasser

Employee

18-09-2018

Changing the 16 color palette shipped on Sept 13 2018. Some ideas for future consideration around this topic are:

1) Adding a logo to the project - Ability to co-brand Analysis Workspace

2) Aligning colors by component across vizs - this one has been requested quite a bit, but I don't see an existing forum idea to link it to.


If you would like to see these become a reality, please upvote those ideas and/or create one for #2.