"New" Table Visualization has some major flaws

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Agree wholeheartedly. Love the new functionality, just wish the column widths could work “automagically” like the legacy table does! It’s the only thing stopping me from using the new version.

Can we get details on what remains to achieve this parity? Our users have reported issues with the new table that we have been trying to chalk up to “pending resolution” for some time now.

Maybe you can reach out to some folks on the Data Studio team to help out with tables. 😉

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Reporting another related feature request for the table visualizations:

Improve usability across screen resolutions/devices.

Currently the choice is between a table that does not expand to the width of a tile on larger screen resolutions, but allows for horizontal scrolling on mobile without word wrapping or truncating text - or a table that expands to width on larger screen resolutions, but compresses the column text on smaller screen resolutions, either through word-wrapping or truncation.

The idea would be to allow a table to expand to the width of a dashboard tile when all text can fit within the columns (e.g., using functionality similar to the “Size Columns to Fit” setting), but then enabling a horizontal scrollbar similar to what happens when the ‘gear’ option “Autosize All Columns” is selected to allow all text to be displayed in the table without word wrapping or truncation, just via the horizontal scroll bar. So some combination of these two existing features may get the job done in a user friendly way.

Might also be easily accomplished by allowing for min-width and/or max-width definitions for tables and/or columns.

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Thanks for the feedback, we’re actively working on much of this, and I’ll make sure this gets to the right people. Table-next is getting continuously improved and worked on, and the eventual goal is for it to replace the Legacy table. We’re aiming to achieve parity with Legacy as well as stability before any kind of total replacement.