Hi, not getting the option to 'copy to clipboard' when I right click?
I ran into an issue similar to you that may be what you are looking for. If you right click on a cell in the table there is not an option for "Copy to Clipboard", but if you go to the last row and right click below it the option appears.
You will not find cut, copy or paste on a right click in Apptio products but you will be able to use the keyboard shortcuts ctrl + x, ctrl + c and ctrl + v respectively.
When you are in the table area of an allocation as in your screen shot, you can right click one value in a column choose the "filter by value" option which will put the information in the filter field at the top of the column and you will be able to cut or copy from that search field.
I'll be hosting a lab assist session Thursday @ 1:00 PM EST if you'd like to discuss. Or let me know here if you have further questions.
Gary, Debbie Hagen understands that you are looking for this in context of something different than my answer, we are working on getting you a more relevant answer. Stay tuned...
By the header of his request. Creating model fallout report. His link is buried there too.
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Hi, I have an update.
The 'copy to clipboard' option in the menu is only present when you are looking at a table from the legacy modeler.
I arrived at the table working from the sankey view. (may need a ticket raised?)
I'm ok to carry on with the asignment now.
Thanks for the update Gary.
Thanks for sharing that David, @Jesse and I were just discussing adding this information to the instructions this morning, as it is a little hard to find the Copy to Clipboard. It's not super intuitive that you'd need to click in the white space or at the bottom.
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Note the response from David marked as correct above. This is the trick I was mentioning to you regarding being able to copy the data to the clipboard to be able to create the tabbed report for the Model Fallout Report backpack. If you already completed the exercise in the alternate way we discussed, no problem, but I did want to follow up with you on the trick to this, since I was having a brain cramp when we spoke.
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