I recently saw a demo in the New UX that showed a progress bar as Anaplan stepped through various actions after clicking the action button. The progress bar appeared to be dynamically updating after each action was run. Does anyone have any examples they can point me to that shows how this can be done, including the email notification? Or, was I just dreaming...
My use case is for a client that wants to use the New UX to keep an eye on the progress of a process that
exports data from a spoke app to the data hub
then exports out to an external 3rd Party tool
then imports the results from that 3rd Party tool to the DH
Then imported into the spoke application.
An email notification is then sent indicating the data is ready
This process works today using Informatica, DCA, and a bunch of processes in Anaplan. It uses a Classic UX dashboard with Boolean checkboxes and a status message today but we would like to upgrade the "look" a little bit and make it look more like a progress bar.
Here's the Anaplan module setting in New UX. Module is very simple, with no dimensions and 2 percentage formatted line items. One of the line items has to feed the complete % and the other one is just "1 - Complete%"
Use this as the view, it's important that the line items are rows and not columns
Chart Type: Bar
And finally the chart setting
The percentage bar chart is how this all works. And one of my favourite things about New UX is the customizable color codes
And, here's the final result! Looks awesome! Thank you so much @anirudh
Only challenge was that I couldn't find a meter that looked like the one you had. I had to use a column bar chart. Is it possible to use the one you used with one of the axes dimensionalized, like below?