Product Roadmap

The r42 custom chart library and our other community visualizations charts for Google Data Studio, is in continuous development. We break down this development into milestones, whereby we aim to finish each milestone within 6 weeks.

However, we favour quality over speed: Updates to existing charts and new charts are only released if we are completely satisfied with the outcome and this may impact the timeline.

Current Milestone

Milestone #3Milestone 3

New chart:

  • New Progress Bar: This radial progress bar can be configured with two targets
  • Sunburst Diagram for Hierachical Data: Sunburst for site trees!

Feature updates

  • Scorecards: Introducing a new vertical layout
  • Sunburst: Multiple updates to our free sunburst diagram

Future Milestones

Milestone #4Milestone 4

New chart:

  • Gauges: Visually appealing gauges

Feature updates

  • Simple Bar Chart: Use bar chart as filter
  • Hexbin Map: Multiple updates to our free hexbin map

 

Milestone #5Milestone 5

New chart:

  • Simple Bar Chart: Vertical version of existing bar chart

Feature updates

  • Bullet Graph: More flexible layout
  • Bullet Graph: Enable small multiples
  • Timeplot: Multiple updates to our free timeplot

Milestone #6Milestone 6

New charts:

  • Hexagon map: 3D Hexagon map 
  • Waffel Chart
  • Bullet Graph with 2 targets

Completed Milestones

Milestone #1Milestone 1

New chart:

  • Map Slideshow: Create a slideshow with the heatmap

Feature updates

  • Progress Bar: Allow to remove truncation from titles
  • Simple Bar Chart: Limit number of dimensions shown

Milestone #2Milestone 2

New charts:

  • Time Brush: Quickly filter data on your dashboard with a convenient visual tool
  • Site Tree: Visualize your site tree from Google Analytics or GSC data

Feature updates

  • Funnel: Legend and tooltips for use with a dimension
  • Map Slideshow: Seamless filtering

Other

We will also start to release a series of videos explaining all chart features. Furthermore you can expect sample reports to give you more ideas on how to use these charts.