ValQ Ideas

How can we improve ValQ?

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Most of the core valQ users, will be using the “Quick Editor” – exported xls as “template” for reusing the structure as part of their multiple use cases. Right now, it doesn’t store “Navigation Panel” settings as part of it. It will be great if it does store the “nav Panel” Settings along with tree structure.

Regards: Kevin Adam

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Many of the obvious keyboard shortcuts are missing. It would be great to add them as well.

Some examples

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Can you please clarify you mean by this?

Esc – to close Node Editor
Ctrl + Enter should submit the form
Ctrl + Up/Down arrow should zoom in/out
but not limited to the above. Apart from keying in the values, we are not using keyboard keys to do any other operations.

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It would be great to have the option to download a model’s configuration data.

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Hi Krishna,

The current development version has write back functionality the will send an HTTP POST request to a designated URL and will transmit the model in JSON format.

When can we expect this feature to get released with ValQ in the Power BI appstore?

The plan (which can of course change from moment to moment) is soon. We want to make sure everything is perfect before release rather than rushing out a feature and then it turning out not to work. The plan is at least one release a month for the next couple of months. If the feature makes it in the next release I cannot say for sure, but I believe it is planned.

Update: I am told it has already been sent out on our end and it is in the approval pipeline.

Version 1.2 is now live in the Microsoft Marketplace so that you can update your ValQ to have this feature.

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Can we implement a Write Back API in ValQ?

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Nice Idea

This feature is implemented in the current development version of ValQ. It will writeback to a URL using an HTTP POST request containing the model in JSON format.

Version 1.2 is now live in the Microsoft Marketplace so that you can update your ValQ to have this feature.

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Ideally Dynamics 365 provides options to generate advanced financial reports. If we can give an API to bring in the report’s data as it is available on Dynamics 365 it would be really helpful to consume it in ValQ and make simulations on top of it.

Below is a sample screenshot of the Dyn365 data which has been brought into excel and then consumed in ValQ.

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Write back is implemented in the development version of ValQ. So the feature is coming soon. The current implementation is that it will send an HTTP POST request to a designated URL, containing the model in JSON format.

Version 1.2 is now live in the Microsoft Marketplace so that you can update your ValQ to have this feature.