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his video demonstrates how to create a new app in Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS.
Here is a link to more information in the Support Knowledge Base:
Article - How to Create an App in Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS
Managing spaces in Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS
Top 5 Things to Know When Using Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS
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Hi and welcome to Qlik Fix.
This video will demonstrate how to create a new app in Qlik Sense SaaS.
First, login to your Qlik Sense SaaS tenant.
Logging in will redirect you to the tenant hub, on the home tab.
To create an app, click on the Add New button at the top.
Select New Analytics App.
Enter a name, select the space, there’s a link below to a video which discussed more about spaces.
A description and tags can also be added to help organize your apps.
And there it is. Click on the app to open.
First, you need to add some data. You can drag and drop or go into the script editor.
I’ll click the first option,
The Data Files location is available by default. You can see, there are some files that have already been added here in the past.
Select a file to add,
Qlik recognizes the format as an excel file.
Select the sheets, I’ll do all three in the file since the data is all inter-related.
This is the data manager. This is where connection between tables can be created.
You can see that the insight adviser is providing some recommendations automatically based on the data. I agree with that analysis and select Apply All.
The tables are connected
And then press the Load the Data button to load this data into memory.
Now you can use the insight advisor to create some visualizations, go to sheet to create them manually or continue in the Data Manager.
I’m going to Sheets.
Here are the data fields that have been loaded.
I’ll start with a simple bar chart. Drag that to the sheet.
It prompts to add a dimension and measure.
Add the dimension City, and the measure Sales, sum of Sales.
This chart now shows the sum of sales by city.
Click on the ‘Done editing’ button.
And now you can start to explore and analyze the data.
I hope this helps.
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