Linsay Miller - 11 months ago
20 components was fine they were all one size, like in Classic, but now with the ability to customize that in Lightning, it seems to me you should be allowed as many components as fit in the dashboard builder space provided. Please increase the limit. Asking us all to spend more money to go to EA is not the answer.
Justin Ramalho - 1 year ago
Since I believe dashboards can still only be emailed through SalesForce classic, we are limited to 3 columns. If we are forced to stay within the 3 columns, then we should have the ability to add more than 20 total components (especially in the case of Metric reports). Similar to another comment mentioned below, we have a few upper management users who don't often log into SalesForce to view dashboards; however, they view the dashboards that are emailed to them.
Nancy Jacobs - 1 year ago
I want to understand.. "To deliver a dashboard experience that is scalable and performant, with the Spring '19 release we have built it to include up to 12 columns / 20 components." So we still only have 20 components but we can have that across 12 columns versus 3? That's not solving the problem if I'm understanding correctly and upselling us to Einstein Analytics is angering to be transparent. I know what it takes to bring that in house and many of my customers will never be able to afford/support EA. Please serve your customers by increasing the number of components.
Anusha Surepeddi - 1 year ago
Hi all - apologies that this idea didn't have a pinned comment explaining why it was moved into "Not Planned" status from the last person who updated it. To deliver a dashboard experience that is scalable and performant, with the Spring '19 release we have built it to include up to 12 columns / 20 components. If you have use cases beyond standard reports and dashboards, we encourage you to explore Einsten Analytics, as the functionality available there can scale to include more components.