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Initial state of cells

In TRUECHART, the cell type of every newly created cell defaults to Initial. Initial cells have no further purpose than to offer the user a collection of assignable cell types.

You can reset any cell to its initial state by re-assigning the type to Initial in the content type selector.

More information about Qlik Sense specific behavior can be found here.

Defining a blank cell

The Blank cell type is for defining a truly empty cell that will never show anything. It can be used for redundant cells occurring in certain layout cases that serve no other purpose.

Until TRUECHART 2018.8, this cell type has been known as Empty .

Figure 1. Example for using an empty cell for a 2×2 grid layout with only three visualisations. The lower right cell is the empty cell.

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