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User have been looking for options to save their choice of filters and preferences for PAW books. This would save unproductive time for repeatedly selecting the filters to a desired view. This is specially tedious if the filters have large sets to choose from.
In the existing TM1 world, we have a feature called private view for a cube. So the user can select the private view which opens up to the desired state of user specific filters. This feature is in Architect / Perspective.
Real life scenario:
In a retail business there are 1000 stores which sit under different hierarchies. Each store has many departments and if we go further deep, these departments would have products and tasks which is way to granular. So for a user who is doing an analysis on a PAW book which is shared, he has to filter his desired store and task and product each time and for each tab.
Currently there is no workaround.
Anyone who uses PAW books would face this
Saves loads of unproductive time wasted in filtering
Users can pick up from the place where they have left their analysis
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