Qlik Sense & Nprinting: Release Note – February 2020


In the current context, we have fallen a little behind in our communication actions.
Here is the news about the February 2020 version !

This first release 2020 is very promising and proposes in particular many improvements in terms of visuals.

Release Note : Qlik Sense

More than 10 new data visualization features and customization options! 


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Qlik product release Februart 2020 summary par Mike Tarallo

Release Qlik Sense: our favorite features


1) Trend indicators in the tables

>> Finally, you can easily* add VISUAL icons to indicate trends and alert on certain conditions.

release note


* the indicators in the tables are not new, this was already possible before with colour expressions in combination with ALT codes. However, the speed and ease with which you can add indicators and highlighted colors in the February 2020 version of Qlik Sense demonstrates Qlik’s dedication to shortening the time between data and information visualization.


2) New trend lines on bar and line charts

>> It is now possible to add trend curves o bar and line charts in Qlik Sense. Something we already knew about in QlikView and were looking forward to!

release note

You will find these different curves available:


Qlik Nprinting: release note 


More new Qlik Nprinting features !


Previously, QlikEntity reports only supported QlikView applications, but now support QlikView and Qlik Sense. For those of you who are only familiar with Qlik Sense and will probably never have created a QlikEntity report, we’ve created a QlikEntity report for you, these features allow you to create reports quickly and efficiently with Qlik NPrinting without the need to create an NPrinting template!


>> Read the full Release Note


Other resources


>> Application available here

>> Link to Release 2019


Demo Qlik Sense Release 2020 in 20 minutes


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