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JigyaJain Frequent Visitor
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Option for user to hide and display tabs/pages

Hi,

 

My report has two segments which is not related (In my case Asset Management Industry and Asset Servicing Industry). On the first page of the report I want to give the user an option/button to select which industry he is interested in. 

 

So when the user clicks "Asset Management", he can see and navigate through the pages/tabs for asset management analysis only (while those of the other industry are hidden automatically), while if he click on "Asset Servicing", the tabs for asset management are hidden and he can see and navigate through asset servicing tabs.

 

Not sure if this is possible.

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jar2019 Regular Visitor
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Re: Option for user to hide and display tabs/pages

I use bookmarks and the selection pane (under view tab). Then I create buttons that are bookmarks to the various tabs or pages. You can create multiple pages in the report (some for each type your users might want) All you have to do it right click the tab on the bottom and click hide. Then you can create a menu (just a bunch of buttons that are links to the different pages). Essentially this lets you guide the users to pages you want them to see while hiding the rest. It doesn't allow them to see the tabs at the bottom, but in my opinion the menu option is more modern and creates a more engaging end-user experience. 


@JigyaJain wrote:

Hi,

 

My report has two segments which is not related (In my case Asset Management Industry and Asset Servicing Industry). On the first page of the report I want to give the user an option/button to select which industry he is interested in. 

 

So when the user clicks "Asset Management", he can see and navigate through the pages/tabs for asset management analysis only (while those of the other industry are hidden automatically), while if he click on "Asset Servicing", the tabs for asset management are hidden and he can see and navigate through asset servicing tabs.

 

Not sure if this is possible.


 

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AClerk New Contributor
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Re: Option for user to hide and display tabs/pages

Hey @JigyaJain 

You can hide tabs.

And use bookmarks for navigation. Try this.

Good Luck!
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JigyaJain Frequent Visitor
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Re: Option for user to hide and display tabs/pages


@AClerk wrote:

Hey @JigyaJain 

You can hide tabs.

And use bookmarks for navigation. Try this.

Good Luck!
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I actually do not want to hide tabs, I want the tabs for the selected industry to be visible at the bottom. Is that possible?

AClerk New Contributor
New Contributor

Re: Option for user to hide and display tabs/pages

So dont hide the tabs.

But you reapeted it a couple of times in your original post.

 

Good Luck!
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JigyaJain Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Option for user to hide and display tabs/pages


@AClerk wrote:

So dont hide the tabs.

But you reapeted it a couple of times in your original post.

 

Good Luck!
A


When the user selects "asset management", tabs for any other industry should get hidden and the user can only see relevant tabs. When the user changes selection to "asset servicing", only tabs relevant to servicing should be visible and all others should get hidden. 

 

So I want the displayed tabs to change as per selection.

AClerk New Contributor
New Contributor

Re: Option for user to hide and display tabs/pages

Hi @JigyaJain 

It is NOT supported as far as I know.

Consider creating 2 different reports for that purpose.

Cheers!
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jar2019 Regular Visitor
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Re: Option for user to hide and display tabs/pages

A combination of using bookmarks and the selection panel


@AClerk wrote:

Hey @JigyaJain 

You can hide tabs.

And use bookmarks for navigation. Try this.

Good Luck!
A



to hide visuals based on the button the user clicked. It can get complex the more visuals you are adding and hiding so be sure to take the time to organize them in the selection pane. 

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jar2019 Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Option for user to hide and display tabs/pages

I use bookmarks and the selection pane (under view tab). Then I create buttons that are bookmarks to the various tabs or pages. You can create multiple pages in the report (some for each type your users might want) All you have to do it right click the tab on the bottom and click hide. Then you can create a menu (just a bunch of buttons that are links to the different pages). Essentially this lets you guide the users to pages you want them to see while hiding the rest. It doesn't allow them to see the tabs at the bottom, but in my opinion the menu option is more modern and creates a more engaging end-user experience. 


@JigyaJain wrote:

Hi,

 

My report has two segments which is not related (In my case Asset Management Industry and Asset Servicing Industry). On the first page of the report I want to give the user an option/button to select which industry he is interested in. 

 

So when the user clicks "Asset Management", he can see and navigate through the pages/tabs for asset management analysis only (while those of the other industry are hidden automatically), while if he click on "Asset Servicing", the tabs for asset management are hidden and he can see and navigate through asset servicing tabs.

 

Not sure if this is possible.


 

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