New Yellowfin 9.1 Release Enhances Action-based Dashboards, Data Storytelling

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A recent press release states, “Yellowfin, a world-leading and innovative analytics vendor, today announced the release of version 9.1, which further enhances the user experience of analysts, developers, and business users in Yellowfin’s action-based dashboards, data storytelling, and reporting. ‘Our latest release focuses on an enhanced user experience for all users – analysts, developers, and business users,’ said Brad Scarff, CTO of Yellowfin. ‘Building on the world-leading dashboarding and data storytelling capabilities released last year in Yellowfin 9, version 9.1 includes improved actions and more capabilities to help organizations make data-driven decisions faster’.” 

The release goes on, “New enhancements include: (1) Yellowfin Signals, which employs advanced capability that automatically identifies critical changes in your data and surfaces those changes to users so they do not miss a thing. Signals can now be added to dashboards using the new customizable Signals widget. The widget can be filtered to show only signals relevant to the dashboard onto which it is placed so users can see relevant insights instantly. (2) Action Buttons, introduced in Yellowfin 9, allow dashboards users to trigger events and perform custom workflows on dashboards. Due to popular demand, action buttons are now also available on tabular reports. Other enhancements to reporting include a new Sparkline Advanced Function and Formatter, providing a new visual way to convey business performance within a tabular report.”

Read more at yellowfinbi.com.

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