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Analytics App Best Practices: Using the Refresh Element

By Jen Senwoo
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Today, the user experience can make or break an application. Regardless of whether the application is for fun or for business, on mobile or the web, clunky user interfaces and experiences just won’t do. 

When designing your analytics application, for example, users shouldn’t have to sit through an entire page refresh everytime they make an update to a data table or chart. Rather, the element should simply refresh and keep the user within the same page.

In our latest best practice video, we walk through how you can use Div Elements and Tokens in Logi Info to refresh individual elements at run time – making for a nicer user experience.

Want to learn other best practices? Let us know what topics you’d like to hear about. And if you are interested in learning Logi product tips and tricks, check out other videos in our best practices series playlist.


Originally published July 27, 2016; updated on August 9th, 2017

About the Author

Jen Senwoo is the Director of Marketing Demand Generation at Logi Analytics, where she is responsible for developing content as well as creating and measuring integrated marketing/sales campaigns to support lead generation and opportunity goals for the organization. She has previously held marketing positions at American University, BroadSoft, and Chevy Chase Bank. Jen holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Robert H Smith School of Business at University of Maryland College Park.