Ability To Tile Widgets Spanning Multiple Rows or Columns

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    Jessica Orlando

    Love this idea!

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    Adam Bender

    Michael, yes you are correct.  What I should have drawn was a widget spanning the top 3 columns with a chart.  Or, If I wanted to chop off a little bit of W2 and W3 and have a widget span only those columns, I can' do that now.

     

    It's really that "flexible grid" idea that I think is helpful.

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    Michael Becker

    You can enable columns in dashboard menu to get that effect. Go to dashboard menu and click on Columns, and the nseelct how many you want to add, and that would allow you to achieve what you have show non the picture,

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    Tomer Alon

    I also would love this ability.
    Commenting to Michael: Yes, that would solve part of the problem. But I will lose the ability to a span W7 (for e.g.) across the whole dashboard.

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    Sisense License

    this gives us more control over widget placement on the dashboard.

     

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    Ido Darnell

    Another thought here would be to simply use text boxes with white font and white background, these could act as spacings according to your needs

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    Bastien Poublan

    Hi !

    I'm also interested in this ability ! 

    Adam Bender Did you find a way to do so ? 

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    David Oyler

    I think the big there here would be to be able to split row 1 into 3 columns, and row 2 I could have a single column so that a widget could span the entire page.

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    Adam Bender

    Bastien Poublan, no, there is no way in Sisense currently.

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