This is under review. We’ve looked at a number of options as to how to enhance how users can work with many tabs. As Mr. Biswas mentions, there is the ability to use links to set up a structure of links between dashboards to open a new dashboard on your screen or replace the dashboard you are viewing with another one.Hugh Seet commented
I have the exact same problem. Each tab ends up with 2 letters visible only as the title.
As a temporary measure I propose to allow to put the tab into multiple lines at the very least. At least we can manipulate to group certain tabs into the 1st line, 2nd line, etc...
It is not ideal but at least still usable. Obviously a sub-menu or 2-layer tab is better.
We need to make do with something first please!
We have been approaching this as a concept called ‘dynamic data sources’. This will allow you to create a user input control, say a drop down with geographies, and put a variable in the data source definition related to geographies.
The result would be that as a user changes the input control to, say Canada, the data source is filtered to provide data for Canada.
In the background, an instance of the data source would be created with that value from the drop down populating the variable in the data source query.
If the instance already exists, the dashboard will leverage that like any other data source. If the instance does not already exist, it would be created.
We have been testing this kind of thing for a while and are working on productizing it.Hugh Seet commented
Is there an update to this?
Can we pass a variable to a datasource so it is filtered?