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Dashboards, meet Stories
No need to start from scratch
Choose precisely the story you want to tell
Greater visibility and accessibility
Bring videos to your analytic content
How wide - your choice
Take your pick
Display axis values in unique ways
Visualize exponential scenarios quicker
Decide when axis titles should appear
Sort it your way
More space needed
Icons vs. column data
Choose your delimiter
Display all filter values
SAML configuration just got easier
Automate programmatic user logins
Faster white-labelling across the suite
Manage plugins and content folders programmatically
Applying cryptography best practice
Faster cubes with the latest libraries
Design the best filtering experience
Do more with serverless data warehouses
Your analytic Dashboards can now be combined with rich, contextual Stories through the brand new Data Storytelling Feed. The feed displays the most relevant data stories according to dashboard content, informs you which Stories are currently unread, and enables you to create new Stories directly from the feed.
Story Templates have been introduced as part of the new Data Storytelling Feed, allowing you to create templates based on existing Stories. This enables your users to quickly create and edit new Stories without starting from scratch.
Stories with embedded reports and charts can now have their filters set and saved directly within the Story.
Filters and Associated Reports on the Dashboard can now remain fixed in place — visible and accessible as you scroll around your dashboards.
You can now embed videos from popular online platforms including YouTube, Dailymotion, TedTalks and Vimeo, directly into your Dashboards and Presentations.
You can now decide if tabular reports are rendered with specific column widths in Dashboards and Presentations.
Presentations now include a Slide Picker for both Preview and Published modes, enabling you to jump directly to any slide with a single click.
New chart axis options now allow you to automatically apply report column formatting to chart axis values.
You can now toggle logarithmic scales for numeric chart axes in all suitable chart types.
A new chart option has been introduced to force axis titles to appear even for smaller charts.
Support for sorting by custom reference codes has been added to more chart types. Improvements include adding this ability for both chart axis dimensions and colour fields, enabling you to apply custom sorting for the chart and its legend values.
Stacked bar and column charts with time series enabled now supports category spacing, allowing you to customize how far apart the bars and columns should be.
For exports to Word or HTML documents, you can now decide when conditional formatting icons are applied.
CSV exports now support custom line break characters, giving you the ability to choose between CR, CRLF or LF delimiters, and catering for the consumption of CSV files by third party tools.
Report filters now enable you to toggle for unrestricted display of all possible filter values in filter prompts, regardless of other filter value selections already made.
Native identity provider configuration is now supported for SAML authentication, enabling you to easily configure parameters directly within Yellowfin.
User login workflows via the JS API have been enhanced to allow new login activity to override current user sessions and automatically logging out the previous user — reducing the steps needed for user session management.
New customization options through CSS variables have been introduced to make it much easier and quicker to apply prominent colors across the entire analytics suite.
Plugins can now be uploaded, edited and deleted programmatically via REST API. Improvements include new endpoint functionality for searching, creating and deleting folders, and refreshing content folder caches.
Custom key providers are now supported for two-way encryption involving passwords.
Performance for OLAP connections has been increased by optimizing for fields with Member Properties. Improvements include support for new methods in the latest olap4j library.
Filter displays from analytic content (e.g. Reports, Dashboards) can now be split and customized separately via JS API, enabling you to have full control over where they are placed and how they look. Improvements also include new endpoint functionality to support exporting analytic content using JS API.
Data source substitution for multi-tenant deployments are now supported with Google BigQuery datasets. Improvements include support for the latest BigQuery 4.2 JDBC driver.
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