Reports & Notebooks: Allow for Customization of Column width & Row Width/Height

We plan to use the Aha! reports to status on strategic planning with Executive Management. A challenge I am having is the overall presentation & cleanliness of the layout based on the different types of content.

For columns & rows that include lengthy content, it would be great to be able to manually adjust the row & column width/height to make for a cleaner presentation. This functionality would be similar to that of Excel. Using the 'Wrap Text' functionality is helpful but it would be really helpful to have more control over how the report looks from a cell size perspective. 

  • Alex Joachim
  • Jan 13 2016
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  • Mat Wood commented
    March 15, 2016 12:17

    This solution should also consider fields in all Aha! table displays, e.g. display of Feature Description / Comments in a List format should allow a manual override the the column width so lists can be made more readable where required.

  • Michael Hopkin commented
    April 27, 2016 22:36

    I agree. I created a timeline report and the left column is small (width) and the long names wrap down several lines.

  • Guest commented
    May 3, 2016 04:54

    Being able to adjust column width in the Feature List view is important for me. It should also remember the width you set for a given column so that when you come back to that screen you don't have to re-adjust the columns.

  • Christina Wongbuphanimitr commented
    July 29, 2016 19:01

    Can we add the options for border feature? And colors for the column headers?

  • Philippe Dame commented
    February 7, 2017 03:41

    The solution needs an option whereby rich-text descriptions (e.g. of ideas) can be shown in a table as plain-text snippet. Then it's easy to see a word or character limit (in addition to a desired column width).

  • kirk sadler commented
    November 7, 2017 07:35

    We also want the ability to adjust the column width within a list report.  We have created a field called clients and then add client names for candidate projects.  The challenge is that if you have a lot of clients every other column gets squished and makes the list report less usable / readable to stakeholders.