Pivot Table: Count zero when no associated records

When I create a pivot table and ask that it count the number of records I want to know which rows don't have any associated records.  For example, I created a pivot table with product and release, I then wanted to count the number of features associated with that release.  In this case, I also wanted to see which releases didn't have any features associated with it.  I can also see times when I would only want to see rows that have >0 items.  Maybe a check box on the field selection or the table settings that says "Show rows with no associations" or something to that effect.



  • Michal Anderson
  • Nov 17 2015
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  • Michal Anderson commented
    January 21, 2016 06:35

    This says shipped but I don't see it working.  I just created a pivot table with my releases as rows and a count of features in the cells.  I know not all of my releases have features in them, and those releases are not showing only those releases with at least one feature show up.  I need to see all releases.

  • Michal Anderson commented
    January 21, 2016 06:42

    The old pivot table appears to have this functionality.  Is that is what is meant by shipped?  Will this functionality be ported over to the new pivot table (which btw I love the new pivot table 1000% better)?