I would suggest disabling anomaly detection at a Project level. Anomaly
detection slows down the whole Project because AA needs to calculate the
anomaly for every single datapoint. If the Project contains many tables
or a few tables with many cells, the Project is not usable until AA has
finished calculating all of the anomalies everywhere. So it would be
great to be able to disable anomaly detection in such cases, so that the
Project is usable immediately upon loading.
Perhaps communication can take place in the same way we receive notes
about monthly updates. Also, I found somewhat of a workaround for
calendar events/annotations. You can create a calculated metric using
the day container (= jan 1 or 5 in this instance) with occurrences as
the dimension. After adding the calculated metric to your freeform table
within analysis workspace set the metric to display using the gear icon,
adjust the column setting to "interpret zero as no value".