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Status Future consideration
Categories Roadmaps
Created by Danielle A
Created on Dec 20, 2021

Ability to lock rows on reports/roadmaps

We have a dashboard that shows our roadmap and some other KPI reports -- our roadmap is long, so individuals need to scroll to see all roadmap rows in this dashboard view. Would be nice if we could lock the row which shows the roadmap dates for this dashboard for when individuals are scrolling.

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  • Steve Dagless
    Jul 7, 2022

    We have 3 areas that would benefit enormously from having sticky headers in reports:

    1. Need to be able to see pivot table headers whilst scrolling the pivot in a dashboard
      When scrolling in pivot report, the headers stay in place at the top with the data scrolling beneath it. Put that same pivot in a dashboard and the panel scrolls rather than the pivot table and so the header disappears. When viewing a table with several numerical columns it becomes impossible to remember which column is which.

    2. Need to be able to see the swimlane header in a pivot report
      When 'use swimlane for first row headers' is applied, that swimlane header needs to remain static until scrolling arrives at the next header which should then push the row above up off the view.

    3. In the hierarchy report, each column's value needs to be visible whilst scrolling.
      At the moment, records are placed in the centre vertical alignment of its column. When that record is a parent to lots of children which each have their own children, the grandparent is only visible for a small number of grandchild records. Sticky columns for scrolling would help this enormously.

  • Guest
    Apr 7, 2022

    Great idea, painful at the moment


Lock pivot row headers in dashboard panels

When viewing a pivot table, the horizontal scroll will lock items in the Rows and only moves the cells. When scrolling the pivot as a dashboard panel this same behavior is not supported. The row headers should lock when you scroll in dashboard pan...
Nathaniel Collum about 3 years ago in Reports 1 Future consideration