At Yet Analytics we’re committed to providing you with exceptional products and extraordinary user experiences. That’s why we push regular updates and enhancements to our product suite and welcome your feedback anytime. We’ll keep you informed of all of our product enhancements right here on the Yet blog. And don’t forget to check out our Knowledge Base for helpful tips when using our products!
Here is a recap of all the great product enhancements we pushed in January 2019, including new dashboard and data card filters and ongoing UX and performance upgrades:
Retiring Old Dashboard View
Effective January 29, 2019, we will be retiring our old dashboard view and moving fully to the new dashboard views launched in October 2018. As of Jan 29, you will access your Yet dashboards at https://yetanalytics.io. If you haven’t already, please watch this introductory video to our new dashboard views.
New Dashboard Filters
We’ve implemented some changes regarding how users can view and edit Dashboard Filters. Filters currently applied at the dashboard level will now display persistently at the top of the dashboard:
In order to edit dashboard filters, click on the “See All Dashboard Filters” link, then apply one or more filters to your dashboard:
No need to save the filter - once you’ve chosen the appropriate filter, it is automatically applied. Click on the “See Less” link to collapse the view.
New Data Card Filters
We’ve implemented some changes regarding how users can view and edit Data Card Filters. Filters currently applied at the data card level will now display persistently at the top of the data card:
If your data card is using the dashboard level filters, you will see the following:
In order to edit data card filters, click on the current filters (circled above) to open the data card tray at the bottom of your screen. If you would like set filters at the data card level and override the dashboard level filters, make sure that you click on the “Override Dashboard Filters” toggle.
You can now apply one or more filters at the data card level. No need to save the filter - once you’ve chosen the appropriate filter, it is automatically applied.
Example Use: Utilizing data card filters can provide helpful comparison insights across your dashboard view. For example, you may want your default dashboard date range to be the Last Week. However, you may also want to see at-a-glance data for the Last 30 Days. You could create a data card, override the dashboard filters and apply a date filter to the Last 30 Days for that data card. This way you’ll be able to see both time frames at a glance on a single dashboard.
Note: if you want to edit data card settings, including the Card Name and Card Properties, click on the 3-dot menu on the top right of your card and choose Settings.
Coming Soon: New Statements Frequencies Data Card
Keep an eye out for our new Statement Frequencies Data Card, which should be launched to the Data Card Library in the next couple of weeks. We’ll provide more information on the new data card in our next Product Update as well as in our Knowledge Base.
UX and Performance Updates
Our team is always making improvements to the usability of the Yet interface. This month’s enhancements include updates to the custom date range filter as well as the addition of an IRI display on hover over the Overview and Leaderboard Data Cards.
We love your feedback!
We love to hear from everyone working with our platform. Please send us your feedback at any time using the red Feedback button on the bottom of the Yet interface - we’ll include your feedback in our next product roadmap review!
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