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webportal
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How to change the name of a hierarchy in a matrix?

Hi,

 

Is there any way to change the name of a hierarchy in a matrix?

For example, I want to change the name "Nível 0" below to something else:

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Hi @webportal ,

 

Do you mean this?

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Xue Ding
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Anonymous
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Hi

 

 

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@webportal renaming the column will rename it global, but if you want to rename for that specific visual, just double click on the column in the row and rename it to whatever you want, and that will be local to that visual.

 

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webportal
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Hello @parry2k and @Anonymous 

I don't want to rename a column but a Hierarchy.

@webportal as mentioned, double click the column in the visual and rename it



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webportal
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@parry2k 

 

It does not work. It is not possible to double click on the column, because it is not a column, but a Hierarchy in the Rows of a Matrix.

Hi @webportal ,

 

Do you mean this?

2.gif

 

Best Regards,
Xue Ding
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Hi @v-xuding-msft , that's exactly what I want, thank you!

Anonymous
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Hi that the way i mentioned initially , don't know if fits your needs

@webportal I see, I guess the other alternative is to either rename the original column but if you want to keep it, make a duplicate of the original column, rename it and then use that in the hierarchy or don't use already built hierarchy, but drop each column in the rows (as it will become a hierarchy) and then you will able to rename by double-clicking, so few options for you.

 

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