6 Replies Latest reply: Oct 28, 2015 3:44 AM by Svetlin Simeonov RSS

    Alternate States

    Brian Booden

      Is there support for Alternate States and Comparative Analysis in Qlik Sense?






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        • Re: Alternate States

          There is no support for Alternate states in the current version for Sense. Performing comparative analysis is a scenario that we are considering for future releases of Sense.

          • Re: Alternate States
            Elif Tutuk

            To add Bodil's response; The plan is to introduce alternate state and support comparative use cases in more natural way. In QlikView, the use of alternate state is more focused on developers, where the developer needs to setup the use case for the users. With Sense, we would like to leverage the alternate state capability of the engine, and create capabilities for the business users. For example a business user would be able to create a new state on the fly for the current selections and assign it to a visualization to compare and explore. We will introduce alternate state to support these type of new capabilities as well as to support the use cases for the developers.


            Thanks a lot!