Track Users who haven't logged in
Is there a way to track users who have never logged in to Domo? I have a card that tracks inactivity, but it doesn't appear to track people who have never logged in.
Pivot table type view
Is there a way to have a pivot table-like view in Domo (that sums up columns and rows)? Our users predominantly use iPads and my understanding is that sumo cards don't work on the iOS app. We currently use heat maps to get our variances, but one drawback is that there is no total by category. Is there any other card type…
Formatting data label for one series
I have two series on the left scale – net sales and sales per hour. In order to have the two series be in the same magnitude, I have put net sales in thousands. Is there a way to add a “K” after the data label so the user can know that the net sales is in thousands, but sales per hour is not (i.e., one series has a “K”,…
Footnote on a card
Is there a way to add a footnote to the bottom of the card (e.g., if I want to define a term or metric)?
Formatting Heatmap and Table card
On a heatmap, is there a way to add titles to the top (instead of the bottom, or both) and have totals at the end of the column or rows? For a table card, is there a way to add a blank column in the middle? I have six columns, but want a blank column in the middle. I would also like to be able to shade a column a different…
Is there a way to have dynamic scaling on the y-axis?
I'm wondering if there's a way to have dynamic scaling on the y-axis. For example, if we're using Analyzer and one metric ranges between 0-5%, we might want the y-axis to start at 0. However, if another metric ranges from 30-40%, we might want the y-axis to start at 20% so that it's easier to see differences between points.
Count Card Views
As an admin, is there a way for me to run a report to see how frequently cards are being viewed (e.g., in the last 30 days)? I would also like the ability to exclude certain people (other admins) so that I am really seeing which cards our end users are using most frequently.