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

Re: UX tables - Format / Justify text where hierarchy exists

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
KirillKuznetsov
Certified Master Anaplanner

Re: UX tables - Format / Justify text where hierarchy exists

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

Misbah
Moderator

Re: UX tables - Format / Justify text where hierarchy exists

@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