Collapse / Expand Hierarchy Functionality in Modules and UX Grids

Collapse / Expand Hierarchy Functionality in Modules and UX Grids

In current standard grid modules and UX Grids you can't Collapse & Expand hierarchies of Lists/Line Items/Sublist like you can do in Excel (see below). Considering that sometimes hierarchies can be huge or you want to Collapse one part but Expand another - it would be good to have such functionality

 

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9 Comments
Farooqkamal1
Occasional Contributor

Yes. When we have composite list and we are in the lowest hierarchy list it does get difficult to look at the data.

AmyX
Certified Master Anaplanner

For finance users, this functionality is very critical. For financial reports, they have a lot of items (e.g., entities). It would be a very long grid to scroll. Grouping or expand/collapse would make their life way easier.

DavidC
Group Leader - Employee

Hi Product Team, any update on this? This is a key requirement for Finance and is an expected functionality from customers coming from other cloud platforms.

Ilya_Zhivov
Certified Master Anaplanner

Will Try to Rise this functinality UP

 

Many requests comming from Customers to have this, especially in new UX

chenjack.sonos
Certified Master Anaplanner

This would be great when dealing with modules with a lot of line items & in reporting for end users!

nmachida
Occasional Contributor

We also have many end users asking for this capability.  Given most of their other tools have this functionality, perception is that this is more of a missing feature / tool deficiency than an "enhancement".

traynham
Occasional Contributor

Seems that this would be a great way to streamline summary-to-detail views in general.  e.g. see collapsed as default, with option to click to expand additional details.

Ilya_Zhivov
Certified Master Anaplanner

Hi All,

 

I will try to push this again!

 

Just finished building another P&L Report in 3 grids instead of 1!

 

we need big attention here to make it happen!

johan_vangerwen
Frequent Contributor

@Rebecca is this something to consider on the roadmap?