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Change log for Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes

This change log describes the notable changes in functionality in each version of Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes.

See the release notes for information about bug fixes and limitations.

Functionality in Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes

December 2019

Adding links in the cloud hub

Tenant administrators can now add links in the cloud hub. This enables you to add links to apps in other Qlik Sense deployments, webpages containing mashups, or other content relevant to cloud hub members.

See: Adding links in cloud hubs.

Dynamic views

Dynamic views enable you to connect a base app to another app. Master visualizations from that app can then be used in the base app. This enables app creators to use master visualizations from the template app as dynamic charts in other apps.

Note: This functionality is not available in Qlik Cloud Services by default. Contact your account manager if you are interested in dynamic views.

See: Managing data with dynamic views.

November 2019

QlikView apps in the cloud hub

You can now upload and access QlikView apps in the cloud hub. You can also share QlikView apps with other users by publishing in spaces.

See: QlikView in cloud editions of Qlik Sense.

Improved Accumulation in Bar chart, Line chart, Combo chart, and Table

  • Short cut to accumulation on measures in UI with check box option
  • Accumulation can be made over the whole dimension or in a finite number of steps

Mekko chart

A new native chart also known by other names such as Marimekko chart, Mosaic plot or Mondrian diagram. This chart is commonly used in finance and marketing use cases.

Useful for showing how big the share is of different categories, e.g. sales per company, channel and combined; instead of having four regular bar charts, the Mekko can capture all the aspects.

See: Mekko chart.

Table styling

This feature gives the app developer more control over the style, look and feel when creating tables, including:

  • Header font size and color
  • Cell font size and color

See: Table properties.

Exclude map layers from auto-zoom

The ability to exclude map layers from auto zoom gives more layout control in the map chart. When building map applications, it is sometimes important to exclude layers from zoom, typically background layers such as grid layers, background/cad drawings, etc. The default behavior is to zoom out so all layers are visible.

See: Map properties.

October 2019

Natural language queries

You can now use natural language queries with Insight Advisor. As users engage with Insight Advisor, they are now able to enter search criteria using full natural language. The Qlik Cognitive Engine parses the search string to understand the user’s intent and provide the right data and insights based on search criteria.

See: Creating visualizations from your data using Insight Advisor.