After you create a report or open a report for editing, you can customize its appearance and results to suit your business needs. In the report builder, you can find the customization menus in the right sidebar.
The available menus are:
- Visualization type: Lets you select the type of chart to display your data. See Changing your chart type.
- Chart configuration: Lets you modify different aspects of your chart to tweak how your data is presented. See Customizing your chart.
- Result manipulation: Lets you create simple calculations based on metrics or attributes you've already added to a report. See Result manipulations.
- Calculations: Lets you create custom calculated metrics and attributes. See Calculated metrics and attributes.
Hello @... & @...,
Our apologies for the delayed response. Currently, we have no news to announce on this product update being under development at this time. I would strongly recommend sharing your use cases in our product feedback forums so our developers can consider adding this to our roadmap for the future.
I've created a post folks, please upvote those who are interested in this feature
@... It appears that when you add multiple metrics of the same type to a Query there is no way to tell them apart in the Excel Export.
For example, I would like to View both MED(First Response Time) and AVG(First Response Time) on the same query. If I update the Column Name, it changes it for both (Not useful to tell them apart). And I found the Chart Configuration > Chart > Show Aggregators option, but upon Exporting as an Excel file this additional differentiating bit information disappears. (It's weird because the Aggregators show in the CSV Export).
Did I find a bug or is there something else I should try?
Hi @..., it's definitely possible you found a bug here so I'm opening a ticket on your behalf so one of our engineers can investigate further. You should hear from someone soon. Thanks!
I would say the links of this article are broken
Hi Jorge Hueso, thanks for letting us know! I've corrected the links so that they point to the right articles now.
Currently we only have one option to adjust the header/row height and that is through Chart Configuration - Columns - Allow multi-line and then to adjust the multi-line margin. Can this be split for the Header and remaining rows ? We may have a need for a wider header without the need to adjust the height of individual rows as well.
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