Glad you enjoyed the session. The tool which Anne Julie directed to you is now available. It is a useful accelerator and brings classic dashboard components into the UX as custom views, ready for you to augment and develop. It is not, of course, a way to press a button to lift and shift everything.
Hi @jim_ma - i had a play around with the converter tool and definitely does the 70% - 80% that was indicated. Then it's all about taking advantage of the capability that New UX has over classic. One thing that we have found is that we're actually designing out boards that look and feel very different to how they function in classic...
great session, very informative, I really enjoyed it. Very helpful for the transition.
UX is fantastic step forward, when I look at old dashboards now, I cannot imagine not using UX at this moment. 😉
I like the slide on "Augment and enhance" - UX gives us so much more possibilities. However, quite often, we are forced to use saved views due to UX limitations (in comparison what was possible before) and we cannot make most of UX. The examples could be filtering on a dimension with line items, selecting line items and pivoting, reordering line items. These topics have been on Idea Exchange for quite some time already. I think, if such points could be improved, so we have parity between old dashboards and UX, then we can really take advantage of UX and make even more out of it! Looking forward to seeing further improvements.