I think some of the changes made to the Scorecard Mass Edit visualization in Horizon Analytics are great, particularly the combining of setting the score and logging a timeline entry in a single action.
The changes to the score display (captured below), however, is not eliciting much favor from the users with whom we shared this yet.
It was easier to compare columns side by side at a quick glance because the format was the same and there wasn't any wasted/white space.
From an internal leader: “I understand the idea behind a ‘streamlined / minimalist’ design, but this particular feature used to benefit from "at a glance" visibility into how a customer was doing. This reduced footprint for the health score color means I have to physically trace across the customer and can no longer benefit from ‘at a glance’ sense of the business. White space does not add value.”
Hoping others out there share this sentiment and that GS will provided a restored view that shows the blocked colors but retains the functionality of setting a manual score/Timeline entry in the same action.
We have taken note of your feedback and will definitely look into this.
I agree with
@darkknight that the white space is a bit distracting when comparing it to how we're used to viewing the scores. It felt easier to compare scores and colors in the old view versus the new -- is there a way you could maybe minimize the white space?
I agree with the need for full color blocking. On the second screenshot if I’m scrolling, I feel like I lose track of which row I’m following due to the white space. It’s easier to follow when the colors/scores are actually connected.
@darkknight - and @Robert_DeLaO
Working remote on just my laptop only exacerbates the issue.
Thanks for the feedback everyone. We are actively monitoring all feedback on this, and will take a call once we have had a few more roll-outs.
We will also try to find a quick compromise meanwhile.