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Hi Seif. Yes, saved views are retained upon publishing a new version of the workbook (with the following qualifiers).
- the workbook name stays the same within the same site
- if you add visual elements to the dashboard, then these should be reflected fine with the saved view
- Custom views save the metadata associated with what the user chose (i.e. selected filters, sorting, parameters, etc.). So sometimes they can break if you're changing elements of the dashboard upon publishing. Example that we recently ran into. Dashboard "x" has filter on client name. Users save views with specific client names. Dashboard "x" is modified and republished except the filter has now changed to "client name + client id". Custom saved view still has filter on client name. There is a mismatch and the custom saved view needs to be recreated.
Let me know if this helps...
That's so helpful. I have a filter of grouped values, I noticed that when I
update the grouping it doesn't get reflected into the view, do you think
that's normal ?
On Thu, May 16, 2019, 17:25 Jeff Strauss <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Yes. I think that's normal since the grouping gets saved as part of the custom saved view.