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Able to export Dashboards in pdf

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Level 10

6/19/17

It would be ever so useful if we were able to export whole dashboard in pdf. At the moment we are able to export single reports which makes our work harder. And we need to play about to get it in pdf through printing options.

It would be so useful feature.

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Level 4

11/8/19

Hi Lilit, can you please provide an update on this idea? The last official update was 2 years ago with an estimated delivery date in Mid 2019 provided in Mid 2018.

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Level 3

7/30/20

Did not notice this in the feature list for 20.3, is it there? Also does it capture the whole dashboard report? Currently the export only captures what is in view not the full Dashboard you can scroll through.

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Level 6

9/11/20

At this moment, i did not see if either. A little simple advice that you may be doing (I honestly just didn't think of it at first), just do a print to PDF...I was able to get it to fit properly and print to a PDF, and it looked just like an exported report. I cried a little after I realized I forgot about this


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Level 10

2/8/21

Any more specific timeline? Support made it sound like this might not come until 2022.


We managed to make this work in Classic via print-to-PDF, but is utterly broken in NWE.

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Level 2

2/8/21

We have been using a workaround for the last few years for both Classic and the New Experience. We have a 'project status' dashboard with a series of reports. And also have a 'Summary status' report that gets sent out every Friday afternoon. That report contains a column with an external link to the 'project status' dashboard. 0EM4X000001wG4h.png

Not a complete fix but it works for us.

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Level 4

5/10/21

Hi Team,


I am wondering whether the implementation plan for this idea includes the ability to also export dashboards which are attached to objects like portfolios or projects.


Thank you,

Marvin