Hello Qlik Community! You may be wondering - how do we make our product delight as many people as possible? It is quite simple actually. We take everything we've learned as a software company and push it one step further.
That being said, we are very excited to announce Qlik Sense version 1.1, our first point release for our next generation self-service data visualization software. Read more about it here:
Hello Ashish - I am working on a video for this as we speak - however if you would like to see how to use it now, check out the help document here on using derived fields and see the example I attached to this discussion.
Basically what you see here with this feature, is the groundwork for introducing future improvements to date / time field organization and recognition.
It requires the creation of a calendar via our script - which we include.
I attached a sample - .qvf - Qlik Sense App - you can copy to C:\Users\<user profile>\Documents\Qlik\Sense\Apps (using Qlik Sense Desktop) - and review the Calendar script to see how it works with your existing data.
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