Beyond AI, we’re excited to deliver additional high value capabilities like the introduction of comparative analysis into Qlik Sense. Like QlikView, users will now be able to define alternate states and then make selections to compare subsets of data, unlocking powerful new use cases.We’re also introducing extension bundling, allowing customers to take advantage of third-party extensions that are packaged and supported by Qlik. The first – our Dashboard bundle – includes 6 of the most popular extensions from Qlik Branch, supporting advanced application authoring. This bundle, and future extension bundles, will allow us to bring highly requested features to the market at a much faster pace.
In addition, we are beginning the process of adding advanced collaboration and insight management capabilities to our multi-cloud offering. With Insight Sharing it is now possible to allow users to share links with colleagues that bring the recipient to a specific analytic selection – a simple way to share insights across the organization.
Finally, we’ve further enhanced to our visualization capabilities. An improved, multi-dimensional pie chart allows a second measure to be depicted along the perimeter, resulting in a rose chart. And we have added a visualization layer to our map object, allowing pie and bar charts to be overlaid on top of maps to illustrate the distribution of values geographically. Expect more in this area with a planned visualization extension bundle on the roadmap.
These are just some of the highlights of the Qlik Sense November 2018 release. For more details, view this video and check out the release notes.