December 30, 2022

๐Ÿ€ Holistics Product Roadmap

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In Progress

2021 Backlog

  • DBT Integration

  • More self-service features: Drill-down, Quick Filtering,...

  • More APIs (Schedule, Reporting, Modeling)

  • Allow custom visualizations

  • Webhook

  • Flow-based Schedule

  • Internal data usage analytics

  • Better Dependency Management

  • Better User Experience

  • Permission 3.0: Revamp permission system (add more permissions for explorers, allow admins to create custom roles, etc.)

Released

March 30, 2021

๐Ÿ—“ 2021 March Updates

New Features

- Cross-filtering beta (contact us to test!)
- SFTP Schedules
- Bulk Actions
- New Heatmap

Improvements

- Improved the dashboard filter while navigating to a widget in Node Explorer
- Improved the experience of selecting folder when saving 3.0 reports
- Allow custom measure for filter top/bottom N
- Improved the date/time filter setup in dashboard 3.0
- Supported the transition from the legacy heatmap to the new heatmap
- Improved the dashboard shareable link notification and empty link
- Improved the correct limit of re-run
- Hidden error survey for no fields selected error
- Removed number spinner in viz filter input
- Changed our custom row to the fixed bottom row of Handsontable
- Allow users to export data as CSV while exploring Dataset/Reports
- Handle scrollbar when the table has only one row

March 25, 2021

๐Ÿ—พ The New Heatmap as a New Chart Type!

Back then in November 2020, we released the new Heatmap as an option of the Point Map (you can check our old update here).

However, we soon realized that having two Heatmaps would confuse a lot of our users. Therefore, we decided to only keep the new Heatmap in Holistics. Please refer to this document for all the differences between the legacy and the new Heatmap: https://www.holistics.io/blog/whats-new-in-heatmap/

Our decision comes with 3 main changes:

  1. The new Heatmap will be separated into a completely new chart type. You will no longer find it as an option of Point Map.

  2. Any legacy Heatmaps created before 1st March will still exist. You can still explore, edit and save them like before.

    When you explore or edit a legacy Heatmap, you will first see that there are 2 Heatmap icons.

Second, you will see a small blue banner that notifies you of the new Heatmap. Clicking on Switch to the new version will change your legacy to the new Heatmap. All data will remain the same. If you do not want to switch to the new Heatmap, you can close the edit/explore modal.