Worksheets are a type of page that displays data in an interactive grid, with an Insights panel to provide context.
When you create a page, you can choose the type of page you want to build. Choose the worksheet page type, with its large primary grid, to enable users to conduct in-depth analysis of data from a source model.
You can also add cards and links to the Insights panel to help users interpret the data.
The main component of a worksheet is the primary grid. Use a module view or design a custom view to choose the data for the primary grid. You can configure context selectors, sort, filter, pivot, and more to change which data users have access to.
The Insights panel, to the right of the primary grid, provides a space for you to contextualize the data on a worksheet and add navigation. The Insights panel only displays on a worksheet for users if you add cards or links to it.
Click the arrow icon in the top right of a worksheet to close the Insights panel. Click the arrow icon again to reopen the Insights panel.
Learn how to:
- Add a link to another page to the Insights panel
- Add cards to the Insights panel
- Set the default width for the Insights panel
The Insights panel also contains Additional insights, which you can add cards to. Cards are interactive components that display information and enable users to interact with data. Additionally, users can display a card, such as another grid, beneath the primary grid on a worksheet. This is useful for the comparison of data.
Use the wide variety of card types to ensure users of a worksheet have access to the actions, data, and visualizations they need.
Use text cards to explain the relationship between components on a page or to provide workflow instructions. You can also add tooltips to your worksheets to provide further user guidance.
Use actions to enable users of a worksheet to work with the latest data, or to export data for use outside of Anaplan.
You can also associate forms with a worksheet to provide an easy and consistent interface for data entry. For example, a form to add an item to a list ensures all the necessary information is collected at creation.