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Clicking on a pie chart segment should take you to a grid view pre-configured to that section
Modern interactive charts typically allow users to drill down into the data based on the selection of the chart the user clicks on. e.g. If I see a chart of Red, Amber and Green issues, then if I click on the red portion of the pie chart, then I w...
Subject to the charts remaining in the 8.1 release, we thought the colour ranges available on the charts were quite limited. We do like this feature and would like it retained, but think it could be improved with a few more colours.
As an aside, ...
Although sensibly de-prioritised, change history is an important future addition to the new UI.
This request focuses on how change history could be better presented (the current standard UI change history format is not easy to read).
Option 1. ...
We'd like the ability to add some basic formatting to the inline guidance to make it more useful. Specifically things like adding carriage returns, adding URLs, adding bold/italics/underline and different coloured text will help emphasize the text...
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