New UX should allow publishing Page Selectors

Currently, New UX only shows page selectors which are dimensions of modules.

 

In classic dashboards, we have the ability to publish any list as a page selector on any dashboard. For example, we publish parent levels(of module dimensions) as page selectors.

 

This is a must to have feature. We feel that New UX is a step backward from current dashboard functionalities.

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Community Manager
 
Status changed to: Needs Community Support
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Certified Master Anaplanner

I agree 100%

 

It is challenging to set up parent selectors for child list item syncs on a board. 

New Contributor

100 % agree.  We want to publish a higher level of countries in page and display lower level cites on dashboards.  Not possible with New UX..

Occasional Contributor

Fully agree. This feature and several other basic features (such as publishing lists, hard returns in text areas, width resizing, cell wrapping) are missing from the new UX currently, so I can't see anybody investing the time to use the new UX when it does less than the current one.

Regular Contributor
 
Status changed to: Under Investigation
Master Anaplanner/Community Boss

This is vaguely possible now. What you can do is publish the module and then on the face of the page select the relevant dimension, click "show/hide"

 

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and select the level that you're after

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Andrew

 

Contributor

Thanks, Andrew.

Certified Master Anaplanner

Hi,

 

@andrewtye very true indeed, but it would be nice to have the possibility of doing the same with a native time dimension. 

E.g. All the modules published are dimensioned by months, but I want the ability to change the years, now the time drop-down gives me everything and we can't select levels with time.

 

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Or am I missing something? 

 

Thanks, Andris

 

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