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For current TM1 Web behavior, users still need to click Recalculate to commit the changes to TM1 after input value then able to get calculated cells refreshed/recalculated along with this action.
But this is quite different from MS Excel behavior/user experience; users are able to input data without clicking any button and get calculated cells updated right away smoothly on Excel, and users are able to choose wheather they need automatic calculation or not.
As many users are still using Excel heavily, most of them are expecting they are able to have the same user experience as Excel and able to control if they need auto-calculation as well, this can make their jobs more productive.
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