This would be especially useful in regex tables when I want to insert a new rule somewhere in the middle of list. If drag and drop is too much of a hassle, some other solution of rearrangement would help, like buttons "move up" and "move down"
I agree, since the tests are done in order, it makes a lot of sense to be able to rearrange them!
Title says it all: it would be interesting to be able to easily do a PDF of all pages in a dashboard.
This is now supported directly by Google - see https://support.google.com/datastudio/answer/9125317
When I click to turn on the heat map in GA tables, it briefly activates, but then the table sorting happens and the heat mapping goes away.
I wasn't able to reproduce the problem, but I have given the toggle icon a little more padding so it's easier to click on it. We'll see how it goes! This will be available in the next release, coming up shortly.
Would be great to be able to access the hamburger menu normally only available once you open the Tag within the overview list. Would enable quick copy/delete/pause/etc from the full list of tags.
Not sure if this is possible but would be amazing time saver when taking over accounts and making large amounts of edits to clients.
It would save some time if I could just click CTLR + S (or CMD + S) and Tag's/Trigger's/Variable's settings would be saved. Now, I have to move my mouse every time to the top right corner of the window.
I haven't implemented the cascading Save yet, but if you press ctrl+shift+1st letter of button you now have shortcuts for every active button.
That is, the option to set like: AutoRefresh: "Automatically refresh the dashboard at the desired interval" so that the list of dashboard cards can be rotated by themselves, eg every 30 seconds.
There's already a Da Vinci Tools feature for Data Studio which allows you to refresh at different intervals, but not on a per-item basis. That is, all the underlying data is being refreshed. Or do you mean something else?
News sorting options work well with the GA custom dimensions but does not work with Floodlight custom variables. It actually just sort the values and not the keys, so it's very risky for data collection if someone does not notice. Here's a gif.
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