Multiple Grid Views Based On User
I have a Dashboard that is being used by multiple people. Each person wants a slightly different view; is there a way, based on the User logged in, that a grid can remain how that user last viewed it? Ex: If 1 user hides 3 columns in a grid, can those same columns remain hidden next time they log in or does the user have to hide them each time they log in?
Additionally, the same Dashboard has a selector at the top because it's being used by multiple users; is there a way to make the dropdown selector save in the last selected option of that specific user or would they have to use the drop down selector each time they login?
Thanks in advance!
Very good points, @AshleyTran727
Regarding the first one. I suggest you to have a look at New UX: My Pages Overview
The second point - I believe it has to work the way you described. The browser memory stores this data. So if a user does not change the devices - the last selected page should stay.
Otherwise you would have to create drop down line item selector (dimensioned by users) and publish it on the DB. And then apply filter to the page selectors. Basically recreating the built-in behaviour.1
Amazing! Thank you, @KirillKuznetsov 🙂 Much appreciated on the quick response!0