I second and third this idea. Besides performance and freezing in
Workspace (experiencing it today), the limit of 400 rows prevents me
from doing any deep or complex work in Workspace. Minimally we should be
able to view the same # of rows Discover offers. OR even better, let us
download the entire dataset regardless of the number of rows visible in
First, let me start off by saying that I think Workspace is a great
tool. I've been very impressed by the progress made on it in the last 2
years. It started out only having a few simple visualization options,
etc. and now it's a really rich tool. Little things like doing
side-by-side date comparisons in the same table are great features
recently added and much appreciated.That being said, as a "power user,"
it still isn't at the point where I can do in-depth analysis. It is
mainly a performance...
Another vote for this. Every company I've ever worked for (Microsoft,
etc.) has loooked at year-over-year as one of the ways to look at data.
It *MUST* be in the same chart to be useful, not separate tables and
therefore separate charts! Please implement this *much-needed* feature.
Execs ask for this all of the time. It's not enough to just show
month-over-month or this year's trend. You have to compare the data to
prior year's also.