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Allow for .svg images to be published to a dashboard

Description of the enhancement required:
Allow .svg file extensions for image files when publishing image URLs to dashboards.

An example of the enhancement:
This page includes an array of logos, about 20% are in .svg format. 
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Logos_of_universities_and_colleges_in_Massachusetts
MIT’s logo, for example, is only available at that site as .svg. 
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/61/Massachusetts_Institute_of_Technology_logo.svg

A story for why the enhancement is required, (how would it help the business process):
Currently, Anaplan allows only .jpg, .jpeg, .png and .gif file extensions when image URLs are published to dashboards. Many sites use .svg files for company logos, especially brandsoftheworld.com and wikimedia.org. Many logos are only freely available in .svg format. Modern browsers used by Anaplan customers (Chrome, Firefox, Edge) support display of .svg vector graphics images. If Anaplan did not throw an error message when publishing .svg files, users could make use of those.

2 Comments
Community Manager

As part of the new UX we want to include an image card. This may not be in the initial version but when we add it, we will look to add svg as a supported image type.

Status changed to: On Roadmap
Community Manager
 
Status changed to: Considered for Future Roadmap
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