This month we’re very excited to announce “Collaboration” which allows Amplitude users to favorite charts and even leave comments. In this product update, you will find updates on:
- Launching: Collaboration
- ️ Charts
- Feature Improvements
- Dashboards: Add Cohorts, Pathfinder, and Compass reports
- Browse Charts: Bookmarks
- Data Table: Sort By Table Summary Column
- All Charts: Custom Legends
- Microscope: for Holding Constant Funnels
- Multiple Metrics in Custom Formula
- Zoom into Charts
Comments on Charts and Dashboards
We know that many of our customers work in teams and need a place to deliberate on their findings. Your are now able to start a discussion around your metrics right alongside the chart or dashboard.
Favorite (heart) charts that you want to revisit or access often. Click on the number next to the Like button to see which of your teammates have already liked this chart. You can then use the “Browse Charts” tab to search through your favorites.
Dashboards: Add Cohorts, Pathfinder, and Compass reports
Behavioral cohorts, Pathfinder reports, and Compass reports can now be added to dashboards!
Browse Charts: Bookmarks
If you have created a search that you would like to be more accessible, save it as a bookmark. This will create a new filter at the top of the Browse Charts page.
Data Table: Sort By Table Summary Column
Sort by all columns (including the Summary Column) in the data tables below charts.
Custom Legends in Charts
Rename legends to simplify the names of the segments you are analyzing.
Microscope: for Holding Constant Funnels
Microscope is now available in Funnels where a property is held constant.
Custom Formula: Multiple Metrics
Reminder: we’ve added the ability to plot multiple custom formulas on the same Event Segmentation chart. With this updated functionality, you can even superimpose your rolling average on top of your DAUs! You can do this with the custom formula UNIQUES(A); ROLLAVG(UNIQUES, A, 7) where the semicolon separates the formulas and event A is set to ‘[Amplitude] Any Active Event’. Read more about custom formulas here.
Reminder: You can now zoom in on interesting data points in charts. You can zoom in by dragging diagonally with your mouse across an area of your chart that you want to focus on. See our Help Center article for more information.