11 March, 2017
The first Anaplan release of 2017 is here!
In this release, you can choose or define a color palette to apply to charts, create a dropdown that supports dependent relationships and selective access, and view changes to source models in the model history.
Find out more:
Chart Color Palette Enhancements
Administrators can now choose from a range of color palettes to apply to the charts in a model.
The Custom palette can be tailored to any range of colors, which is useful if you want to apply corporate branding.
Custom chart palettes are configured for each individual model. Chart color palettes are available from Model Settings > Dashboards > View > Chart Palettes.
Where there are more than nine series in a chart, colors are repeated. If a new series is added to a chart, it adopts the next color in the sequence in the palette. When a series is removed, colors for all series are recalculated; they don't retain the colors they were originally assigned.
It's easy to create your own custom color scheme for charts - click Edit Custom Palette and select from the palette presented or enter 6-digit hex codes.
A chart color palette can be changed at any time. The colors are applied the next time the model is loaded.
See more: Chart Palettes
Bar Chart Enhancement - Adjustable Y-axis Label
You can now view long labels on the Y-axis of a Bar Chart.
Prior to this release, long labels were truncated, which could make them difficult to read:
Now, chart labels are adjusted to fit without compromising the detail on the chart.
If there's not enough height on the y-axis for the label to wrap, the label is truncated and an ellipsis indicates that the label is longer than shown.
See more: Bar Charts
Administrators can now create dropdowns that support dependent relationships and selective access.
On the Format dialog, you can select both Filter check boxes: Dependent and Selective Access (selective access must be applied to the list first).
This provides a much finer level of granularity when configuring dropdown filtered picklists.
The model change history now captures detail on re-mapped import sources.
a specific change is now recorded in the change history table.
Previously, these changes were recorded with the general description, Model change (no details available).
See more: Model History
Scientific notation no longer applied when editing numbers in a grid
When editing 7-digit line items of type Number that are not formatted as percentage, scientific notation is no longer applied. The original numbers are now retained in decimal notation.
Cookies store user-specific information such as responses to Don't ask me again options on confirmation dialogs. In this release, we've made some improvements to how cookies are stored, which means you won't be prompted confirm your choices as often.
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