Today is the annual Thanksgiving holiday in the US—a time to intentionally reflect on and express gratitude for all the good in our lives. Many people spend the holiday surrounded by family and friends. Today, whether you're at home or the office, we at the Anaplan Community want to express gratitude to you and all of our amazing members. Thanks for contributing such great suggestions, best practices, and advice, and being available to help each other every day.
Our members aren't shy about expressing thanks either. Here are some of our favorite recent examples of Community assistance and gratitude in action.
More from Community Says:
Ability to insert "white space" rows in modules/dashboards
"I've been looking for that blank text character for months! I used it at my last company but couldn't find it again after I switched companies a few months ago. Thank you for providing it!!"
Imports and exports and their effects on model performance
"In a recent case, thanks to these recommendations we have reduced the processing time by 50%."
Re: Managing expenses as positive, reporting as negative
"Thanks for this! I've used it in our internal system and it works great. This makes creating plan vs. actual reporting much easier as well."
How to showing the data and total amount as per user setting?
"Thank you very much for your advice, it worked. Never thought that the 'show ?' could also be used as a filter."
Re: Anaplan generated Certificates to expire Dec 10, 2018
"Thanks for keeping us updated on the latest developments. This very helpful for all of the clients we're supporting."
Time Summary: MoM, QoQ, and YoY on the same line item
"This works flawlessly. Thank you very much!"
Set up filter to select levels of hierarchy to show
"Thank you for giving me an accurate answer! I will deliver this to our customers."
Do not perform file extension check when adding image url in dashboard
"Thanks for the tip, that way it works perfectly with all providers!"
What are you thankful for? Whether related to Anaplan or anything else at all, we would love to hear about it! Share in the comments below. Happy Thanksgiving!