Different than personalization - there should be an author/editor only option to hide/show columns.
I'm encountering one use case right now -- I have a complex calculation which evaluates multiple columns in a list report. In order to troubleshoot and unit test I want to display every step as its own column which has tremendous troubleshooting value and no business analyst value. I can *delete* my columns, but in order to troubleshoot/validate again I need to then *recreate* them which is very time-consuming.
Thanks for requesting the feature and sharing your use case.
There is value in extending the hide/show columns beyond personalization to be a configurable option in an insight within Analyzer. It certainly provides the insight author more flexibility. This enhancement is viable as long as the insight is a tabular list report. We will look into supporting this in a future release.
Please try the feature of creating Insights over the result set described here:
@Rasha - I think maybe we've crossed posts/subjects. This idea is specifically to allow insight authors to create columns but not render them. Useful when creating/checking multi-step formula columns even when an insight over result set approach isn't needed.
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