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NEW FEATURE: Configurable stage width

NEW FEATURE: Configurable stage width

Per our recent blog which describes the current phase of our development roadmap, this blog to announce the release of another enhancement to grid presentation: the ability to configure the width of stages (grid columns).

This is an important presentational upgrade requested by many of you in our summer survey (see results here). When it comes to capturing repeatable/structured “best practice”, and/or “showing off” methodology to your end-clients, presentation matters!

With comprehensive grids, often was the case – prior to this release – that users would experience deeply stacked themes (rows) as a result of multiple elements in a specific stage/theme intersection. With this simple new feature, grid builders can now simply configure each stage to the optimal presentational width.

This is simply done. In edit mode, a new “stage width” action button now appears in the stage header column – which can be used to expand/contract the stage width to any sizing required.

Next up for our fast-moving development team?

We move next to another key request from the community survey – the ability to configure a Method Grid account to match your company’s brand/colour style guide. The first phase of this will be the ability to manipulate the legend colour palette before we turn to the task of application colour configuration more generally.

Please continue to keep the feedback and new feature ideas coming (there is nothing we like more).

Is there a feature you would love to see us add to our development stack? If so, please let us know in the comments below or emailĀ help@methodgrid.com

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