Welcome to Vizlib’s September 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!
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Pivot Table – Wizard improvements
The Vizlib Pivot Table has some exciting updates! You can now use the Wizard for calculated expressions in Edit mode. This enhances your experience with the Setup and Edit Wizard.
We have improved the editing capability of the Vizlib Pivot Table. Previously, in order to change a dimension’s ‘Show Total Value’ setting, you had to reorder the Dimensions in the row using the Wizard.
Now, you can toggle ‘Remember Totals’ to ‘Enabled’ in the Wizard or the Property Panel. This means that changing the top level dimension in the row won’t affect if the totals are shown for all dimensions.
Toolbar and Tiles
We have improved the Vizlib Toolbar performance when using different alignment options. Most notably, centre-aligning items in a horizontal Toolbar is now much quicker.
We have also made improvements to Vizlib Tiles. For example, you can control the minimum and maximum values for Gauges and Bullet Charts. You can then calculate those values for each individual Tile, using different scales as needed.
Additionally, we have made it possible for you to choose and change the height and width of your Tiles while maintaining their shape.
Associated fields for multi-select dropdowns
You can now select associated values in a multi-select dropdown in the Writeback Table and Input Form. This makes it easier to find related fields in the dropdown menu, because only associated fields will be displayed.
To enable this functionality, navigate to the Property Panel of the dropdown field and activate the ‘Associated Fields’ toggle. Ensure ‘Hide Excluded Options’ is also enabled. Then, you will only see the associated values in the multi-select dropdown.
Date Data Interpretation
This is a hidden feature in Vizlib Gantt! By default, the Date Data Interpretation feature is toggled on. It automates a timestamp at the end of your day. You can also add a specific timestamp as needed – for the start and end of your event, for example.
However, you can switch off the Date Data Interpretation toggle in order to set ‘Date Only’. In this instance, you can select the day of an event, and timestamps will be disregarded.
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