This looks really cool! Already having the proposed filter concepts would be a huge added value to many applications. I like the functionalities in the clickable prototype.
I (currently ) have two suggestions for using such ‘embedded' filters:
- Also allow filters on the domains of the identifiers of the widget
- This enables users to filter on stores or depots in the table, making the filtering uniform (and reducing the need to fall back on e.g. multiselect widgets)
- Apply the filters application wide
- it would be very powerful if you filter based on data in a specific table, and would be able to see other visuals (possibly on other pages) with the same filters in place. This would lead to a very user friendly and intuitive interaction with the data.
Any ideas currently when we can expect this to be released?
First of all: I like the clickable prototype, and I agree it looks really cool.
I am also happy to read that you want to make this concept as general as possible.
One suggestion from my side: I would like to have the possibility to enter a value in the dialog by clicking on it in the table, or prefill the dialog with a selected value.
That would make life easier and less error prone.
Thanks for sharing!
@Richard , thanks for your super fast response
Also allow filters on the domains of the identifiers of the widget
we indeed plan to do that! BTW, Still multi-select widgets are handy as those are (your next question) application wide as they change display sets. Also, we not yet foresee selection as a filter.
Apply the filters application wide
sounds interesting, but not on our list and is a very different way of thinking. Good to realize we look at it as an end user filter. The developer does not develop anything; it is therefore only applicable to the specific table or chart widget and not stored model side either (no reference identifiers or so). Idea is to allow the end user to digest/explore the data that is currently in front of him/her.
@Brn , thanks also for your super fast response
I would like to have the possibility to enter a value in the dialog by clicking on it in the table, or prefill the dialog with a selected value.
sounds also interesting. We currently do not have this in the plans, but it could make it even faster to build a first rule. Thanks!
@Richard, with respect to release, we are in refinement phase of UI and so planning still has to be made. Technically, the back-end already works for most ideas we have . Would like to see completed in next months.