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Einstein Analytics: Design & Interaction Principles

Einstein Analytics: Design & Interaction Principles

Creating a dashboard is easy, but making it meaningful is much harder. This applies to any dashboard not just Einstein Analytics. Think about it, how many times have you looked at a dashboard you didn't create yourself and ended up ... Read Blog
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Einstein Analytics Recipes: Second Round

Einstein Analytics Recipes: Second Round

Earlier this year Salesforce released recipes in Wave; a simple way for you to transform your data. I liked the idea of recipes and decided to use it in one of my projects. As you could read in one of ... Read Blog
How to filter dashboard by logged-in user

How to filter dashboard by logged-in user

The Summer17 Release of Salesforce Wave has given us some enhanced bindings as mentioned in my blog on the new release. I know, I will be enjoying this enhancement a lot. So I thought why not share how you could use ... Read Blog
How to make your Gauge chart dynamic

How to make your Gauge chart dynamic

I don't know how many customers and consultants that have asked: "can I get a dynamic target in my gauge chart?". I even got the question asked today. My reply is always: "Sorry, this is not possible with standard Salesforce reports ... Read Blog
Empower Communities with Wave

Empower Communities with Wave

If you are using Salesforce Communities as well as Wave you can design great dashboards and embed them in your community. This is a great way for you to give extra insight into cases, orders or other data from external ... Read Blog
Define the order of your results

Define the order of your results

As you may know, Wave sorts your step/lens results automatically. By default results are sorted alphabetically or small to large if the grouping contains numeric values. And you have probably already found your way to the gear icon when creating ... Read Blog
Wave Shortcuts

Wave Shortcuts

Over time building dashboards in Wave I've found a few neat (and maybe a little hidden) shortcuts. Personally, these are helping me and making things a little easier every time I build dashboards. Search in Dashboard JSON If you have ... Read Blog
Using date fields in static steps

Using date fields in static steps

Earlier I wrote a post about static steps and how they can give the dashboard viewer additional power in exploring data [read the post here]. I showed how to use static steps as a measure, grouping, filter, order and limit ... Read Blog
Connecting Dataset in Wave

Connecting Dataset in Wave

If you like me have been building dashboard in Wave for awhile, then you probably would agree that best practice is limiting the usage of multiple datasets. One of the main reasons for this is that the natural faceting that ... Read Blog

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