6 October 2022
Welcome to Vizlib’s September Round-up, your one-stop-shop for 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 September Round-up Highlights here 👇
Improved user experience with new and improved Activity Gauge
Our popular Activity Gauge feature is already well-known for being a powerful tool for data progression, but we’ve now enabled faster vizualisation response, data processing, and a smoother user experience. Activity Gauge Version 2 has a strong foundation for feature development, so you can expect even more exciting capabilities in the future.
Our brand-new Payload Schema Editor enables you to connect to any REST API without using a mapping layer, like Zapier or Microsoft Flow. Instead, you can send attractive messages directly to Slack, Jira, or any REST destination. To get the most benefit, we recommend using Vizlib Server, where your REST authentication and credentials will be securely stored – saving you even more time.
We have released a new visualisation format, the Two-Dimensional Bar Chart, to help you present data in the smartest way possible. You can choose horizontal or vertical, and switch the display mode from grouped to stacked.
This tool has been designed to help you better visualise the relative percentage within each bar. To use this feature, you must enable the visualisation within the list. You can make any changes you need; the Custom Report will not refresh until you press “OK”.
We’ve introduced a Horizontal Scrollbar to make it even easier to navigate Vizlib Gantt. To use this feature, go to Settings > ‘Range and Zoom’ > ‘Range’. Then, simply create your minimum and maximum ranges, and put in your start and end dates. You will then see the option ‘Show horizontal scrollbar’. Once selected, the view will appear automatically on the Gantt.
Our new Bookmark feature removes the need to create multiple tables. So, you and your team can save time and effort on duplicating setups. To get started, use alternative dimensions to select the setup you like. Then, save it as a “Bookmark.” Now, when you return to it, you will automatically have the correct dimensions selected. Top tip: use drop-downs in the Toolbar for a quick selection of the correct setup.
During this interactive session, our Vizlib product experts lead discussions about the incredible features and updates we’ve released in 2022, including the new Grid Chart and Flow Chart extensions, and improvements to Sheet Menu Plus.
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To learn more about how they bring people and data together, we had a chat with Catalyst BI’s pre-sales consultant, Dan James, about why they support Qlik plus Vizlib.
You bring the snacks, we’ll bring the entertainment. Join your fellow Data Viz gurus for a good, old-fashioned game night! From “Name that Dataset” to “Which Chart is it Anyway?”, we’ve created a series of games dedicated to all things Data Viz.
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