In this video, Goncalo Pereria, a Principle Consultant at Pomerol, explains how this little known Writeback Extension feature can be used to enhance your in app User Experience.
Goncalo shows us how we can fully customize the Writeback button to give a user contextual information and dynamic instruction to improve your workflows. Things you can do:
- Choose your button colour
- Add an icon from the Qlik library or import your own
- Edit your button label
- either use plain text, or
- built your label from an expression
There are a number of applications for customized buttons, and it is this flexibility that really allows us to start giving our users contextual information to the screen that they are about to edit. In particular, we can have our label update dynamically based on the application data by concatenating expressions and text.
Check out some of our other use cases or, contact us to learn about how the Writeback Extension can be used to improve your Qlik experience and enhance your workflows!