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How to display Icons/Images instead of text in Table & Interactive Filter Widgets

Have you ever asked yourself how to replace text with icons or images in Widgets? It's really simple!
Just follow the steps below.


In the example below, I have a channel performance report and I want to replace the channel names with it's images for better recognition.
This does also work with your Product images, category images, or other dimensions. The following is just a simple example :smile:

This is how the page would usually look like



This is how the interactive filter and table widget will look and work after the following steps
You can simply click on a channel icon to filter your data..

  1. Find your favorite Icons, Product Images, or any other images.
  2. Get the image URL of the image, or host it as an image widget on your datorama platform. It is important to have a URL to the exact image.
  3. Create a simple classification file like the following.

  4. Create a new Data Classification in the Harmonization Center. Like this.

  5. Go to Connect & Mix. Select the new Classified Dimension in the Dimension List and Change it to type 'Image'
  6. Finally, you have to replace the 'old' text dimension with the new classified image dimension in your widgets. That's it! B)



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