Workspace - Freeform Table - how do you show more than the top five when breaking down a column by a dimension?

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30-12-2019

In a freeform table I want to breakdown the metric occurences by all the values of a given dimension, not just the top five. Is this possible? 

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If you click the right facing chevron on the dimension you can expose the values from the last 6 or 18 months.  Selecting the first value you can scroll to the bottom, select shift, and drag all of the values under the metric.

 

Having said that I wouldn't recommend doing that if you have have more than 8+ values as it becomes difficult to interpret.  At that point you might be better transposing the table to say have the dates in the columns.

 

 
 

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