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Displays

Displays are the visual representation of Angles. There are three types of Displays:

A Template contains one or more Displays that are added to each Angle that you base on the Template. You can add additional Displays to your Angles or edit the existing ones.

An ad hoc Display is a Display that was generated by default, for example, drilling down or copying and pasting. You can recognize an ad hoc Display by the WC_Yellow_Asterisk_Icon next to its name in the Displays pane. It is possible to switch back and forth between Displays in the Angle without losing the ad hoc Display. If you create an ad hoc Display, it is always added as the first tab on the Displays pane.

You can only add another ad hoc Display after saving or discarding the current ad hoc Display. If you do not save an ad hoc Display, it is lost when you next execute the Angle.

It is possible to combine Displays from multiple Angles in a Dashboard.

You can export your Display data to an Excel or CSV file. Angles for SAP also supports export to Process Automation Pack Excel sheets (see Import and Export).

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Displays

Displays are the visual representation of Angles. There are three types of Displays:

A Template contains one or more Displays that are added to each Angle that you base on the Template. You can add additional Displays to your Angles or edit the existing ones.

An ad hoc Display is a Display that was generated by default, for example, drilling down or copying and pasting. You can recognize an ad hoc Display by the WC_Yellow_Asterisk_Icon next to its name in the Displays pane. It is possible to switch back and forth between Displays in the Angle without losing the ad hoc Display. If you create an ad hoc Display, it is always added as the first tab on the Displays pane.

You can only add another ad hoc Display after saving or discarding the current ad hoc Display. If you do not save an ad hoc Display, it is lost when you next execute the Angle.

It is possible to combine Displays from multiple Angles in a Dashboard.

You can export your Display data to an Excel or CSV file. Angles for SAP also supports export to Process Automation Pack Excel sheets (see Import and Export).

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