Not true. In my example, the top-level chart plots each department as a line. The drill down chart plots individual staff members as a line. Two different groupings.
What I want is that the user can click on the department line and then get a chart that shows them the lines of the staff within that department.
I agree with the main body. What Domo needs is to have the ability to expand data instead of drill (filter) the data. The thing I want to know is why there is no action towards this. It seems like there is a large enough user group here to get traction to this basic function.
@DaniBoy What would it take to get this actually implemented at Domo? I know the idea exchange is a possbility, but I feel like that is just a location Domo likes to send users to make them think their idea is actually considered. @Wolfram
Hello, three years later!
I am super disappointed that this is still not a feature. After three years? I was designing a dashboard with the design dashboard feature, but it is totally unviable because I cannot control the drill path.
See the image. Each line represents a group of people. I want users to be able to click a line and see the trends for all the individuals. But when you click the line, you only see results for a specific month.
So now my users get to live with the typical dashboard experience, where they still have to deal with this terrible experience of removing a drilldown filter every **bleep** time
Rather than drilling, you could set this card up on a dashboard and have the interaction apply a filter. This way you could place another card below this one that would provide individual user trends. When a user clicks on a group from the top card, it would filter the second card to only the users in that group.