6 January 2023
Welcome to Vizlib’s December Round-up, your one-stop-shop for all of our latest features, blogs, news, and events. Great news – all of the updates featured in this round-up are readily-tested and compatible with the most up-to-date version of Qlik Sense, so you can enjoy them right away!
Watch our December Round-up Highlights here 👇
Maximise space in your data dashboard
With Vizlib Viztips, your dashboards stay clean and uncluttered to deliver better data storytelling and visual appeal. Here’s how it works.
First, you need to choose an element as a Master Item. This will become dynamic, meaning when your user hovers over it, more detailed information is displayed. The result? A user-friendly dashboard that is jam-packed with insights, without looking overwhelming.
Create stylised dashboards in a few clicks!
We’re thrilled to showcase the new features of the Input form and the Writeback table, including HTML tooltips. This addition to the tool allows you to add new interactivity to your dashboard.
Plus, we’re pleased to share Form Templates, which enables you to quickly create pre-designed charts and apply your own styling in just a few clicks. Together, these extended capabilities will allow you to do more with your dashboards, with less effort!
Top tip: these tools are GREAT when you use the insert-only operation, or when you’re creating an audit log!
Enjoy customisable buttons in Custom Report
You now have the same amazing functionality of customisable buttons in Custom Report that you love in Vizlib Actions. For example, you can now use a single button to export data, or to switch zero values on and off.
And better still, you can filter dimensions quickly and easily from inside Custom Report!
Easily export Gantt reports into PDFs
Vizlib Gantt offers a unique ability to export any size of data using the ‘Full Gantt to PDF’ option. This is a huge help when sharing reports to your team or your stakeholders.
This practical tool that will save time and stress! Simply render all of your data points, dependencies and custom events on your Vizlib Gantt chart, and then export the projects with ease.
Three new features available now!
Here’s a run down of three cool new features you can now find in Vizlib Finance. Each of these updates will allow you to customise your dashboards in new ways. Firstly, you can now control and change the alignment of your dashboard header both horizontally and vertically. This also works when they are wrapped.
Also, you can now represent a ‘null’ using a placeholder, or by leaving the cell completely empty. And finally, you can now choose an option on the Context Menu to return directly to a default state. This will give the user access to how the Finance Report was set up before alternative dimensions were changed. This is a great option to have!
Join us for the first Game Night of 2023, where we’re taking a closer look at all things 23 through some truly interesting data sets!
Watch live as our contestants face off against one another and the audience to win the grand prize. As usual, winners will have the option to donate to a tech-for-good charity.
In this article, we examine trends from all areas of analytics: from data security, Business Intelligence, and machine learning to data privacy, data sharing, and data governance – and highlight what we can bring forward in 2023.
Will data sharing be a key trend of 2023 – or will it soon fizzle out? In this blog, we explore how data management is evolving, and question if cross-industry sharing and open access will shape the future of data analytics.
Vizlib’s feature-rich data visualisation products will help you get started on your data storytelling journey.
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