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Sometimes it can be useful to have a chart which is not interactive (not "clickable" by users), just like as if it's a picture which keeps following users selections.
This way users should not be able to apply a filter on the chart dimension.
Great suggestion. Was a useful QV feature, and I suspect easy to implement ?
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Such feature of course puts a lot of responsibility on the developer to explain the "magic" as users expects all charts to be interactable.
Suggesting that users expect all charts to be interactable seems very short-sighted. Qlik Sense at it's most basic is a presentation foundation for data. There are all sorts of data that doesn't make sense to interact with. A dashboard that presents a single record view such as a personal profile has no business being interactive after you search for the person. When the person's gender is returned, clicking it for a single record is obviously useless.
This is a very useful idea. I have a very small graph for one cell, in which I would like to disable the filtering option, since when filtering, a panel pops up, in which there is nothing to fit and this is incomprehensible to the user.
I can only support this feature request, as we have C-level dashboards with time dimensions, that are not to be selected, because all the charts on the dashboard then become not understandable.
We are trying to solve this with alternative states and then adding a 1 and the room (in which all legimate filters are included) to disable selections except for the ones in the alternate "selection" room, however, as we are using the time dimension also within the expression for a if statement, this is also not doing the trick so far.
We are trying to migrate from QlikView to Qlik Cloud, but such missing functions don't make this an easy task. In QlikView this was easily done per chart / table.
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