Posted On: Mar 5, 2021

Amazon Quicksight now supports Sankey diagram. Sankey diagram is used to depict a flow from one set of values to another like customer journey, cash flows, process flow, or analysis of an energy system. For example, a Sankey diagram can show the path a web visitor takes from one page to the next on a company website, with possible stops along the way. See here for more details.

QuickSight now supports folders on data set fields. Data set owners can now place fields within folders for better organization and ease of authoring when using these data sets. Field folders can be set up by data set owners during data preparation. This folder structure will then appear on analyses using this data set within the analysis field list, calculation editor, and other key locations within analyses. See here to learn more.

Lastly, QuickSight added support to show or hide axis lines, axis labels, and grid lines that are available on chart by default. See here to learn more.

The above features are available in both Standard and Enterprise Edition across all supported regions - US East (N. Virginia and Ohio), US West (Oregon), EU (Frankfurt, Ireland and London), Asia Pacific (Mumbai, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo), Canada (Central), South America (Sao Paulo) and US West (GovCloud).