Years ago, when someone would drag in a classification of, let's say,
Product, you would be able to see the classification was of Product. For
example, we have two "Class" classifications going off two different
dimensions (Product and Driver Product). They both have the same values
(SKU), but they collect differently. Currently, there's no way to
validate whether or not someone had brought over the correct version of
"Class" without having to do some breakdowns to verify or re-do the work
@Andrey_Osadchuk, just tried the new Freeform Table Builder. Nice
functionality, but I feel it doesn't go far enough.1. It does not
retroactively apply to tables already created.2. It does not account for
any changes you have made to the table after you exit the Table Builder
view.3. It does not allow for tables to stop loading upon open of a
workspace. This would be helpful as sometimes our workspace can be big
and we just want to get to one particular table to make a change.
However, with all ...
Many times I find that I'm looking to make many adjustments to my
workspace (drag in this, move this over there, breakdown by this, etc.),
but with workspace always retrieving new data for every new element I
add, it really slows down my work. It would be great if we'd be able to
have a toggle switch at the workspace (and even table level) that
allowed us to turn on/off calculations. Then, upon save, we could opt to
turn calculations back on (as well as whenever we'd like to during our
work). I ...