So last week Lumira 1.20 was released and I heard about conditional formatting here What’s New in SAP Lumira 1.20 (summary)

I went to the SAP Help to learn how to use it but it didn’t return anything.

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Figure 1

So as Figure 1 shows I went to the Visualize room and found the icon that allows you to create the conditional formatting rules

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Figure 2

As Figure 2 shows I am highlighting those tickets over 50

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Figure 3

Figure 3 shows the results of the conditional formatting; those components over 50 are highlighted in red.

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Figure 4

Figure 4 shows that the conditional formatting icon is not available in the Charts

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Figure 5

Figure 5 shows the conditional formatting is carried over to the Stories area

Here is a recording:

Here is a recording of the new features in 1.20 by the SAP Team:

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  1. Pedro Mendes

    I find this feature a bit limited. :S

    If you need to co-relate values on different columns, for example:

    -Paint the text Red if payments due are over 20% the total value of payments;

    there is really not much of a choice there.

    One could go around this limitation, by building a measure that already plays out this relationship between those two columns, but I feel the visual weight of this “extra column” that we created would outweigh the value that the information would provide.

    In the end we only needed a red and green color scheme to instantly visualize this.

    Would really like to see this feature in a future version.

    Kind Regards,

    Pedro Mendes

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      1. Pedro Mendes

        Just made a round of some of the ideas. Glad to see people ask for it as well. Upvoted.

        Thanks for the advice, and keep up with the amazing work.

        Regards,

        Pedro Mendes

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