Our two latest Watershed updates include the ability to select people who are in multiple groups and to easily work with data that has different language tags.Read More >
We navigate our world through mental “maps,” which give us a way to think about concepts and the relationships among them. The better our mental maps, the better we are able to understand cause-and-effect relationships, predict outcomes, and apply our knowledge to reality. With that in mind, this three-part Dev Delve series is about one such mental map that can guide how we think about accessing data and unlocking its value. Specifically, we’ll look at two key factors in data: shape and interface. And, once we define these concepts, we can think about the relationship between them.Read More >
Filtering people, activities, and verbs out of reports is the most common use of Advanced Configuration. Since it’s so common, we’ve made it easier to filter data out of reports by introducing new Exclude Filters (a.k.a. “Not” Filters) to Explore, Dashboard Quick Filters, and Report Quick Filters.Read More >
Dashboard Quick Filters allow users to filter multiple reports without needing to access Explore, Watershed’s report creation tool. These filters, which aren’t saved, are easy to use and perfect for providing limited control to users who aren’t familiar with Watershed.
The Unfiltered Line option allows users to compare filtered and unfiltered data on the same Line Report. Users can now easily compare an individual’s performance to their team’s performance or compare performance on an individual activity versus average performance across activities.Read More >
We have recently added the Measure Value Filter and the Last Value Count Aggregation features to Watershed. Keep reading to learn more about how these features change the user experience.Read More >