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Vizlib Table Properties - Interactivity


Interactivity enables the users to interact with the data in the chart as well as navigate throughout the scatter view for a better view of the chart.

Allow Selections

Enabling Context Menu lets you merge cells, manage totals and copy a cell value when the table is in Analysis mode, Allow Selections (Figure 1) gives the user the ability to select the bubbles in the chart to pass selections back to the app, and Allow Measure Selection lets them link measures to related dimensions. You can also choose to Enable Multiselect, Enable Drag Select and allow Column Resizing.

Figure 1: Allow Selections

Note on Actions: If you enable Allow Measure Selection you won't be able to use Vizlib Actions with measures, and if you choose Enable Multiselect you won't be able to use Vizlib Actions with dimensions. 

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Interactive Sorting

When you enable Interactive Sorting (Figure 2), you can change the sort order by clicking on the header cell. You can also Enable Search to show a search icon, Enable Pinning of columns to show an icon to pin a column to the left or right, and Enable reordering of columns lets you use drag and drop to re-order the table. 

Note: Updating pinned columns is not supported when using master objects). 

Figure 2: Enable Interactive Sorting

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Formatted Export Settings 

You can choose how you Export to Excel with Formatted Export Settings (text or values), and Include selections and titles. Exporting Text will allow you to download a basic version of the document, exporting Values will download a file containing all your visual changes (border colors, font sizes and links). You can choose Show Maximise Icon to allow objects to be maximized, and Show Snapshot Icon to have the ability to take snapshots of this object. If you choose Show Export Icon you can also choose the Export Icon Settings (either formatted or a straight table). 

Note: Snapshot icon has been part of the Hover Menu since the Qlik Sense September 2020 release, and is no longer controlled using the property panel. 

Figure 3: Formatted Export Settings

NOTE: The Vizlib Table quick export function respects your security rules (as of v3.21.1 ) so if your users have export restrictions, the Quick Export option (Fig 4) will respect these rules.

Figure 4: Quick Export

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