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In TM1, users and admin create cube views and attempt to save it as a relatable and coherent name such as Variance_Bud_Act_2017, and sometimes just Discretionary_Exps and so forth. With the more frequent use of CAFE and soon to be PAx, all of these public views are out there for users to choose from, and all are labeled with names that don't often make sense to all users. Would there be any way possible in the future for when we save a view in TM1, we have the option to add a Description along with it explaining what the view is used for and what it contains? Then when users hover over the view name, whether in CAFE/PAx or TM1 Architect/Server Explorer, this more detailed description comes up explaining what the view actually is to help them decide if it is something they can use. Currently they're just dragging each view into a flex form, or opening it up in cube viewer and then moving onto the next one, and the next, and the next, etc.
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