UX tables - Format / Justify text where hierarchy exists

RobBird82
Occasional Contributor

UX tables - Format / Justify text where hierarchy exists

Dear All, 

 

I expect the answer is a no, but I thought someone might have a tip or trick. I employ a lot of hierarchies and when this draws through to a table in UX I find the text of the rows to be staggered in line with those hierarchies. Is there some way to justify/re-align/format text in the rows of a table?

 

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Many of the tables I create end up with the descriptor for the row cut off. I know I can extend the column size and show more of the descriptor but then I trade off how much data is on view for the table. Ideally I would like to be able to bring it all to the left similar to the appearance on classic.

 

Any advice would be gratefully received, hope you all have a lovely weekend,

 

Rob

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KirillKuznetsov
Certified Master Anaplanner

Just raised an idea about that recently https://community.anaplan.com/t5/Idea-Exchange/UX-Ability-to-remove-hierarchy-level-shift-in-grid/id... You can add your comments to that
Regards, Kirill Kuznetsov
Planingo, LLC
KirillKuznetsov
Certified Master Anaplanner

Only solution for now is alternative hierarchy with no levels at all...

Regards, Kirill Kuznetsov
Planingo, LLC
Misbah
Moderator

@RobBird82 

 

NO, That's the way it works as far as I know. However If I have line items on my columns I create another line and get the item of the dimension in that line item & Hide the dimension.

 

But I understand it might not work if you have Time or any other dimension in your column.


Misbah