Release Notes - 2021.10.27

Welcome to the latest One Model product release update. This article provides an overview of the product innovations and improvements to be delivered on 27 October 2021. You can see the full 2021 release schedule here:

User Experience

New Storyboard Table - Now Available For General Use

  • Thank you to all of the customers that have been contributing to the development of our new Storyboard Table your feedback and input has been invaluable and as of this release you are able to enable the new table for all users via the Company Admin page. (ref 9809)

  • We have also added a number of new features and enhancements to the table in this latest version, most notable among these are:

    • We are now also applying the new table design to the drill-to-detail tables in Storyboards. (ref 9747)

    • We have added an option for Storyboard designers to set the initial number of rows to be displayed in a table when pagination is enabled to better control the initial view of the table depending on tile size. (ref 9748)

    • We added improvements to how we handle detailed columns based on their data format, i.e. text versus number. (ref 9936)

    • We also added better handling for negative numbers. (ref 9900)

    • The ability to apply conditional highlighting rules to specific metrics within a table, particularly useful if these metrics are not in columns, but divide the table into sections. (ref 9810)

Other General User Experience Updates

  • We have added an option to the new charting capability that allows you to reverse the order of the chart legend. This is useful if you want to change the order according to how the data presents in different charts, e.g. in vertical stacked charts you might want the legend items to be ordered top to bottom or bottom to top and this is relevant when you have the legend sitting to the side of the chart and it helps the end-user read the legend in the same order as the data in the chart. For the same reason this is great when applied to horizontal stacked charts. (ref 4432)




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