I'd love the ability to click on the little dot in the top-left of any
viz and select a custom background colour for that item. As mentioned
above, some of my dashboards contain a lot of information and it would
be good to somehow differentiate certain items within a panel. I notice
this is a couple of years old now, but is there any update?
Today, we auto-save projects that have been saved at least once before.
We store a local copy every 2 minutes to recover from. We do not
auto-save projects that are brand new & have never been saved before.
Marking this as Under Review to explore enhancing our auto-save to
include net new projects.
Yeah. I've done that (if I understand correctly). Below is a (crude)
illustration of what I'm describing. There are separate ideas to be
submitted about being able to turn off the borders of visualizations, as
well as controlling the font size/style in headings. But, I think I want
to have all of these in one panel so the end user can easily apply a
segment to all of the visualizations (and not have the clutter of the
date selector being repeated many times. There are three visualizations
I'd love to see this happen. There are two aspects to this, and Mike
really hits on a big one (which I think Web_Analyst is referring to,
too):Actually centrally maintaining the solution design; this would be
useful for the implementation analysts and IT and, potentially, could
even be used by a tag auditing solution that would crawl the site and
validate tag completeness.The *business user* potential, to me, is an
even bigger deal. It makes me a little ill every time I groan because a
For Data Warehouse .csv queries, the file has three pesky characters --
ï»¿ -- at the beginning of the file. At best, that's just a nuisance,
but, at worse, it requires some cleanup scripting if that file is being
pulled into another system via FTP. From poking around online, this has
to do with the encoding of the file. It would be great to never see
those characters again.