At the moment no. However, I have entered this features into our system, for finer control of the grid size and additional styling of the text boxes.
Note the responsive nature of the product poses some finer design control and formatting limitations, so depending on the application need - you might want to investigate QlikView (if you have not already) which will give you this level of control.
Could you group your text boxes together logically and minimise the space it takes up so the user expends the group to make their text box filters/selections?
I have a similar situation with a large number of filters and they seem ok with that approach.
I also sometimes remove unnecessary text filters from different sheets as although selecting them would adjust my model it would not be a relevant filter for the charts I'm displaying on the page or the charts themselves are filterable by the dimensions I was looking to store in a text filter.
You add them in the text filter object. see attached If I have more filters than can be displayed Sense lets you know there are more in the filter group.
If you need to use the same filters on multiple sheets make them a master visualisation then you can copy them across your sheets and if you change the master object the change will be reflected across your app which is quiet a neat feature.
Hi Hatim, they are not the same product, so such a guide does not exist that I am aware of.
You can export individual objects to excel by right clicking on them. Buttons, Macros etc. are not part of Qlik Sense, capabilities like this have been replaced with our MASHUP APIs which are based on open standards. You can see some of this action here:
I know QlikSense is not the right tool for this but that is a limitation that I have.
I am trying to create a report which has few text boxes as labels and then values from the data as their results. The following shows a sample. Now due to the size of the grid I can only get 12 rows of text there whereas if I reduce the font I can get more amounts.
The report that I need to replicate is made on two pages, however, due to the limitation in the grid, this is being made in around 8 sheets.
Like I said, QlikSense is not the right tool but in these sort of circumstances QlikView was quite flexible and there were work around (like macros, etc). QlikSense being new I am just finding my way around it.