Scuba release 4.3 includes default prefilters, improved context menus in visualizations, BAQL support for "is not empty", chart options for A/B view, GA query palette, minor UI improvements, and bugfixes.
Scuba release 4.3 includes the following new features:
An admin can now create a sticky global prefilter (that is, a default prefilter that applies to all queries). This allows you to set up a prefilter that excludes data from users' experience.
Added options to context menus in visualizations as follows:
Filtering to and out of charts and legends for pie charts, bar charts, non-flow Sankey charts, and line charts.
Trend view for line charts, pie charts, and non-flow Sankey and bar charts.
Hide/show a bar in a bar chart.
To use these expanded context menus, in Explore, create a visualization and click on an element of the chart.
BAQL now supports "is not empty".
Scuba release 4.3 includes the following additional improvements:
Scuba UI now displays version 4.x at the bottom right.
Chart options are now available for A/B view.
The query palette is now available by default. For more information, see Create a property in Explore using the query palette.
Scuba 4.3 includes the following fixed issues:
A filter added with some evaluation (e.g., MATCHES) that then gets changed to CONTAINS now returns expected results.
Corrected some behavior around deleted panels from boards. Panels with deleted data ("corrupted panels") can now successfully be deleted from a board.
Improved error messaging around incorrectly using shard keys.
Fixed an issue where a lookup table was incorrectly correlating with multiple actors that are shard keys.
Fixed several bugs related to scope mixing.
Fixed several minor UI bugs.
Improved accuracy of the percentage displayed for flows with drop-ins.
Clarified UI text around filtering to a flow in both the query builder and the flow property definition.
Fixed an error in calculate type measures. A measure can now have zero as a numerator.
Fixed issues involving incorrect property scope in distribution view.
Improved query performance in retention view by querying over all time only when necessary.
Fixed an error that prevented multiple A/B view queries from running simultaneously.