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Sheet tab organization

Hello, we are using QlikView for a lot of reports. The number of tabs is increasing dramatically recently. They almost take one third of the screen and keep coming. What's the best method to organize these tabs? And are they possible to implement in QlikView?

Some of the methods I can think of:

1. Minimize/Maximize tabs: just like MS Office ribbons

2. Use dropdown menu style to group tabs

3. Provide an outline of all tabs in hierarchy, just like the table of contents in PDF files.

What do you think? Thanks.

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Well, there are many ways of dealing with proliferation of tabs:

1. Combining multiple tabs into one, with multiple "reports" per tab.

2. You can "Hide Tabrow" and organize your own means of navigation between tabs (buttons, drop-down lists, etc...)

3. You can conditionally Hide/Show groups of tabs and manipulate those conditions using Buttons or other controls in some sort of a "Menu" tab.

It all depends on what you and your users are more comfortable with.