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Export a PDF: You can now export a board page as a pdf. This can be used to print or share with your colleagues via email or to take a snapshot of the data at a particular point in time.
Drill down: A much-requested feature! You can now drill down to any cell value to see either the formula and inputs to the formula or the break down of the value in the New UX. Drill down allows you to see how numbers are calculated, giving you confidence in the figures and how they’re derived without having to dive into the model itself. This is similar to the F8 drill down feature in classic today. The initial version will support a single level drill down but we will iterate to allow multiple-levels as in classic today.
Sort a board grid: You can now quickly sort a grid on a board via a context menu, allowing you to easily find the highest value product sales or worst performing products.
Selective access adjustments: We’ve been working to make sure that selective access is treated in the same way as in classic. Currently, in the New UX, we’re a little too strict with how we apply selective access, applying it to all list formatted line items whether the module definition specifies it or not. The changes we’re making mean that you’ll have to specify in the module which line items should use selective access, just as you’ve always done in classic. Keep this in mind if you’re already using selective access as part of a New UX app.
Enhanced features and bug fixes for the Excel add-in: In Excel add-in v3.4 we’ve added Proxy support, Multi-sheet connections, and List drop-down validation, as well as solving the bugs that had hindered you from migrating off the older add-in versions.
Additional feature enhancements for the PowerPoint add-in: In the PowerPoint add-in v1.6, we’ve added Proxy support and Conserved line item formatting.
⏰ Important reminder: The Excel add-in v2.6 and v3.0 and the PowerPoint add-in v1.4 will be deprecated on 31 May 2020. If you are using any of these old office versions, you need to move off of them by this time. You will start to receive emails directly from the Product team about this deprecation starting in April.
Landscape mode: We’ve made charts available and grids fully interactive in landscape mode, so you can view your data in whichever way you prefer to work.
Row selection and context selectors: You can now select a row in a grid, and tapping on the row header will change your context.
Android enhancements: You can now use your Android back button to close full screen cards
We released the following improvements:
You will now see the correct context when using a card level context selector
You can now change the context on cards inside Additional insights
Context selector filtering: Building on the select items for page header context selectors we are also adding the ability to filter page header context selectors. This allows builders to make the content
s of the context selector dynamic based on a set of filter rules.
’Multi-level Drill down: Additional enhancements will allow users to dig deeper into results of a drill down allowing them to interrogate their data further.
KPI Sparklines: We are planning on further enhancing KPI cards capabilities to introduce a simple trend line to reveal the KPI performance trend
Simpler authentication flow to get to the page you want: SSO users will be able to click on links, login with SSO and land on the destination in Anaplan.
SSO login on login page: SSO users will also be able to login through Anaplan’s regular login page, rather than having to first go to their SSO provider.
Update: We have been working hard to deliver Pinch & Zoom for charts on mobile. This is in progress and we are looking forward to delivering this in April
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