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you cannot do that in same report. for that only dashboard page is there. create a separate table report for your second request. and display all three views in your dashboard.
if you want these three in a same report then you need to go for hiding and showing different columns. but it depends on your requirement.
how do i go about in hiding and showing different columns?
To hide a column, got to Column properties , column format, there would be a check box called "Hide" at the top right hand corner of the pop up.
check it to hide the column !
Hi what i said is
create a table view with columns for both the reports.
in your compound layout duplicate the table view and create the second table view.
now in your first table hide the second table columns and in your second table hide the first table columns.
(you can also use pivot view as second table).
but the results will not be exact. you need to do lots of manipulations to achieve the expected results. And it also depends on your requirements. if your requirement is complex then forget this and go for the dashboard page with individual request from two reports.
user9130539: Use column selectors to achieve the results you're looking for.
@kart: You can't hide columns in one Table View and have them exposed in another Table View. Hide them in one and they are hidden period.
why not create a new pivot table and display the columns you want. This would let you use the same report criteria and have 3 different reports(showing different columns).
Its not tht Matter in pivot table u can exclude tht column but in table view it will come
so u ve to add all the columns u want to display in ur entire report then accordingly u can exclude the columns which r not required in Pivot Table