4 Replies Latest reply: Aug 20, 2014 7:59 AM by Urban Hedlund RSS

    Range slider at max value

    Urban Hedlund

      How is the range slider in a line chart (x-axis) moved to max value (latest) as default.

        • Re: Range slider at max value
          Michael Tarallo

          Hi Urban - that is a good request for a feature enhancement. Currently it starts in the beginning. From what I am hearing, you would like to be able to set the range of the window on the bottom to a default starting position correct?

           

          As in:

           

          8-19-2014 11-47-16 AM.png

           

          It is possible to sort date dimension to be descending, which will put the range slider at the latest points on your line chart, but that may not be ideal.

           

          Let me ask around and see if there is a work-around.

           

          Mike

            • Re: Range slider at max value
              Urban Hedlund

              Yes that's exaclty what I'm looking for.

                • Re: Range slider at max value
                  Michael Tarallo

                  OK, I submitted this as a new feature request. I think it is a fantastic idea:

                   

                  Here are the specs I suggested:

                   

                  Feature: Default starting position for the moveable range selector window on bar and line charts.

                   

                  Description: As a user I want to be able to see all of my data in the line chart (dates) – but by default when entering my dashboard – I want a defined range to be viewable by default.

                   

                  Location: Property Panel

                  Section: Add on

                  Chart: Line / Bar

                  Properties:

                  • Set Default Range Selector Window Viewing area: YES / NO
                  • Range finder dimension: OrderDate
                  • Range finder begin value: 01/01/2014
                  • Range finder end value: 01/15/2014


                  Please let me know if you are satisfied with the response and mark the thread accordingly.


                  Kind Regards,


                  Mike Tarallo