sorry for the late answer, was hoping for a smarter reply. Thing is, it's
unclear to me when and where these transformations can be applied. Rough guess:
Data > Streams... (and in this dialog you want to allow transformations to the
data), or Data > XML Source..., or Sheet > Link to External Data... So please
give us more details about the supposed workflow, the scenario, and the users.
In other words who, when, where.
PS: X-Post to the design ML, which would be the better choice for design/UX
On 18.03.21 12:56, Vikas Mahato wrote:
I had implemented a bunch of Data transformations for Calc as part of Gsoc 2018
a complete list of which can be found in this blog post along with the gerrit links.
I had a discussion with Markus about trying to make it available to users of
Libreoffice and so we want to make all transformations accessible from the UI
through a shared menu entry.
Any input from the UX team on how this can be done would be greatly helpful.
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