As an Anaplan user/model builder, I find the white can be a little too much some times and not too easy on the eyes.
It would be great is there was a night mode or dark theme that swapped the colour palette for something not as bright.
This may also help with accessibility
For me, even if not a full-on Night Mode, at least a little more control over the design of dashboards would be awesome (color pallete, button sizes, button display text, positioning of things, font types & attributes, backgrounds).
Great suggestion @Billy.Ogilvie!
The white themes thats Anaplan uses are really straining on the eyes and can easily confuse you!
Some more greys/richer tones would definitely make it less straining!
Also I would suggest adding more table formating items than the 4 fixed available so you can change the colours of headers etc. as @David_Elston suggests!
There is a dark theme available for the landing page where you choose which model to enter. This is available by clicking your initials in the top right and choosing theme 'black'.
@Fwolf this is great for the workspace but it doesn't follow through into the actual model so it would be great to see @Billy.Ogilvie idea there.
There are plenty of browser plugins (for example https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/dark-reader/eimadpbcbfnmbkopoojfekhnkhdbieeh?hl=en) that allows you to activate a 'night mode' within your browser.
@damianAP this is gold
Thank you for your idea submission. After careful review with our internal product teams on your idea, we unfortunately have decided this does not fit our current platform road map. As you can understand, we have to balance requests with our strategic direction and keeping the platform running well (think keeping up with security requirements, infrastructure updates for performance and stability).We appreciate you taking the time to submit your suggestions, and encourage you to continue to do so in the future. If you have any concerns, don't hesitate to reach out to the Anaplan team through here or Community@Anaplan.com.
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