Consumers using the anywhere client should have the possibility to filter in a dimension with other operators than equal.7 votes
Thank you for your contribution.
This is something that have been suggested by quite a few others, so indeed, yes, this is something that will be considered for a future release.
Allow user dimensions to be dragged to the toolbar as criteria3 votes
This should be possible in a nearby release.
Use crosstab values/calculations as global criteria. Currently the only way to do this is to sort/use visibility agents on an object and then select all members to filter all other objects. This can only be done by a designer and is very tiresome if you want to repeat it for many different value ranges. It also does not save the results, since it uses a filtering action between objects.2 votes
It would be nice if I could overwrite/disable initial criteria on a specific analysis2 votes
As default we have enabled "Use dynamic periods" in our analysis, but in many situations, our viewers want to disable dynamic periods and manually select their periods.
This is currently possible in the desktop client, it would be handy to make this possible in the Anywhere client as well.3 votes
The criteria bar is now only for global criteria, i would like that exists one for every object6 votes
when I make a criteria I miss the possibilty of combining them. E.g. From 5 to 7 AND from 20 to 30 + 80.
Hope you understan28 votes
Planned for TARGIT 2019 release
when a filter data in objects and result has not data, the result is null, and objects like gauge shows blank and desapear in reports Is not posibble modify to show 01 vote
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