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stonecold111
Creator III
Creator III

pivot table totals to end & bottom

Hi qliks,

I have pivot table with 1 row and 1 column, i want to move totals to end & bottom in qliksense. how can i do that.

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ogster1974
Partner - Master II
Partner - Master II

There are no plans to retire Qlikview at present so don't worry.

What I would say is the future is heading towards Qlik Sense style responsive layouts where the users consuming your analytics are doing so on different view ports and this has to be taken into account with design going forward.

Just because you did something a certain way in Qlikview doesn't make it necessarily the right way to present it in Sense.

You need to start thinking in terms of absolute must haves vs nice to haves.  For me totals at the bottom or at the end of a pivot table although a nice option to set is not a show stopper and I understand the reason why they went this way first, but each user case will be different.  Try to present the positive point of view to your users and get buy in on the newer approach.

Regards

Andy

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YoussefBelloum
Champion
Champion

Hi,

this option don't exist on the pivot...

stonecold111
Creator III
Creator III
Author

How dumb qliksense is  ,even basic options are not there.

Better retire this product

ogster1974
Partner - Master II
Partner - Master II

As sense charts are designed for responsive design layouts the positioning of the totals are to give full accessibility to the user whatever the device.

YoussefBelloum
Champion
Champion

Relaaaaaaax, take a breath and ask for an improvment

stonecold111
Creator III
Creator III
Author

I accept your point,but what if they retire qlikview,how can we migrate our qlikview dashboards into qliksense with these options

ogster1974
Partner - Master II
Partner - Master II

There are no plans to retire Qlikview at present so don't worry.

What I would say is the future is heading towards Qlik Sense style responsive layouts where the users consuming your analytics are doing so on different view ports and this has to be taken into account with design going forward.

Just because you did something a certain way in Qlikview doesn't make it necessarily the right way to present it in Sense.

You need to start thinking in terms of absolute must haves vs nice to haves.  For me totals at the bottom or at the end of a pivot table although a nice option to set is not a show stopper and I understand the reason why they went this way first, but each user case will be different.  Try to present the positive point of view to your users and get buy in on the newer approach.

Regards

Andy

isingh30
Specialist
Specialist

stonecold111
Creator III
Creator III
Author

   Thanks for your inputs.