Securely share QlikView reports, charts, screenshots and data to our six platforms.
After an automatic reload, and your personal filters are applied, a snapshot is taken. There are four types of snapshots:
Region (just like a screenshot capture tool)
Chart image (just like a right-click and copy image to clipboard)
Data (just like a right-click and copy full table data to clipboard)
Often you may want each person to get a metric that applies to just them; like how many tickets are assigned to them, or what their daily individual sales figures are.
This can be done with our user-mapping feature, linking a user to a QlikView field. This allows each user to get their own personalised capture, whilst using the same metric for everyone.
If you aren’t a fan of Set Analysis, you can apply a series of filters to your QlikView documents before snapshots are captured.
For date fields, there’s pre-built filters which allow you to select relative and point-in-time dates and ranges. This means that if you want to show sales for this month against the same time last month, you don’t need to get down and dirty with Set Analysis.
Without the need for a QlikView server, documents can be automatically reloaded based on a pre-defined schedule.
Metrics from different documents can then be displayed together.
Once you have a set of snapshots, they can be sent to a distribution group by email.
Each person can get their own personal metrics through our user-mapping feature.
Users can securely view their own metrics through our custom mobile app. The app doesn’t require any complex login or VPN’s - once registered, just a simple 4 digit pin.
Then the user will see a headline view of their own metrics. They can click on any metric and drill down into further details, or if required, drill down again into a PDF report or data.
From within the app, you can share and discuss any of these metrics with anyone, by email, sms or other messaging service.
It is as simple as installing the Add-In from the Microsoft Store and then logging in with your provided details. Your personal metrics will then be waiting, ready for insertion into Excel.
Once you have inserted a metric into the Excel sheet, you can configure an automatic refresh. New data can be configured to over-write or insert and move existing data.
This is great for reporting on actual vs budget, where the actual results will come from QlikView.
If you’re like us and love using the messaging platform Slack, then you can publish your QlikView metrics direct to a Slack channel.
From within a browser, you can build your own dashboard, which can be used on a big-screen tv.
All you need to do is login once, add a metric, from your available list and then you can position and resize the metric.
This dashboard will be refreshed automatically, based on your schedule.
You can also view these dashboards on a desktop browser; the user doesn’t need a QlikView license - so this is perfect for embedding metrics into a customer portal
To help keep people focused on their most important metrics, there’s a desktop widget which allows users to see at a glance how they are performing.
The widget can be sized and positioned anywhere on the screen. You can also configure the widgets so that if a user hovers over them, a popout with more detail will appear.
This is great for users that aren’t analysts and are often busy in operations; being updated right on their desktop keeps their metrics top of mind.