We’re falling for Version 1.19 of Kurve in more ways than one! This season – I mean, release - of Kurve is all about reports and functionality that make reporting on your TRIRIGA data more efficient and compelling.
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You asked, we listened! You can now wrap column headers in a report, like how you can wrap text of data within the column.
Text Wrapping is the ability to format text so that it appears on multiple lines.
There are many key benefits to wrapping text in a report, including:
With Kurve, you have the flexibility to wrap the column headers and the data within the column into multiple lines.
This is super easy – let’s walk you through it!
PS. If you also want to text wrap the data in that column, follow the same steps as above, except select ‘Enable Word Wrapping.’
Wrapping text is a quick enhancement that makes a big impact in your report!
Grouping is a great way to summarize and understand report data quickly. With this latest version of Kurve, you can now more easily organize and analyze these groups by sorting on them!
Whether you are grouping your data by one category or many, you can sort on all your values in ascending or descending order with a quick click of the mouse:
One thing you may note is that a UX/UI change was necessary to introduce this functionality. Previously, to color a grouped row, you would click on the group “token” to open the color picker. Starting in Version 1.19, when you click on the “token”, it will sort the data for you instead.
To color a grouped row, a simple right mouse click on the row will display the option to ‘Color Group Row.’ Select that and keep coloring on!
With Kurve, you can export your Kurve visualizations in several formats. For Kurve reports, that includes CSV and Microsoft Excel files.
The beauty of using Kurve is that when exporting your report, customizations like filtering, sorting, grouping, aggregating, etc. get carried over into the export file.
With this latest release, you will notice that there is an easier way to view, expand, and collapse grouped rows in MS Excel:
Exporting a Kurve report should be considered when:
For example, you might want to compare how the status of work tasks changed from the beginning of the month to the end of the month. This is a good use case of exporting a Kurve report at a particular point in time to compare at another point in time.
Imagine an app that allows you to design and interact with multiple Kurve visualizations on one page without the need of TRIRIGA Portal Sections or an Admins help…
Imagine no more! Kurve Layouts will be coming to the Kurve product suite very soon!
You’ll have the flexibility and control viewing multiple charts while:
Make sure to sign up here if you want to be one of the first to know when Kurve Layouts makes landfall!
We’ll reach to give you an exclusive demo of this new tool to join the Kurve product suite.
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PS. It was great seeing some of you at TRIRIGAWorld/MaximoWorld this past August! It was a busy week as we officially released Kurve for Maximo at the spaceship themed tower in the Expo Hall. We also gave a session on “Reporting Mistakes You’re Probably Making & How to Fix Them.” If you missed the conference and are interested in learning more, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.