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I'm stuck on step #2 of Einstein Analytics and Discovery Insights Specialist superbadge.  I'm getting this warning while checking the challenge:
Challenge #2 Not complete
The step "Churn Tenure' is in compact form, so the filter values need to be specifed as a minimum and maximum
The static step that feeds has the following the value:
"Tenure_Length": {
                "broadcastFacet": false,
                "label": "Tenure Length",
                "selectMode": "single",
                "type": "staticflex",
                "values": [
                        "display": "High Risk",
                        "value": "1 to 12 months",
                        "min": 1,
                        "max": 12

I'm using selection binding for min and max values.  The dashboard is correctly filtering:
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Any ideas? 
I've tried a non-compact form step where I inject a saql fragment into the query, as well as where I inject min/max values using a range filter serialization...All these efforts end in the same challenge failure message.

Any help/suggesitions are welcome!

I'm having issues with adding a Menu Item to the Navigation Menu within Community Builder.

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This is what I want: Add a menu item called "My Profile" and have it go directly to the User Profile page.
What's happening: The URL for My Profile requires one or more parameters. Please replace each parameter with the appropriate value.

Name: My Profile

Type: Community Page
Page: User Profile
URL: /profile/:recordId



I have an apex form with inputText fields.  The values are decimals.  The following behaviour occurs.


If the value is 12345    it displays on the web form as 12345.0

If the vaue is 12345.23  it displays as 12345.23

if the value is 12345.5 it displays as 12345.5


What I require is that 2 decimal places are always displayed.  E.G. the above should display as 12345.00, 12345.23 and 12345.50


I've tried a couple of ways to ensure this same formatting will apply to all values but they have all failed.

- In my controller to manipulate the value and always make it double decimaled.   This failed as it still truncated to one decimal being displayed on my visualforce page.

- To try to format it on the visualforce page itself (Decimal functions such as http://www.salesforce.com/us/developer/docs/apexcode/Content/apex_methods_system_decimal.htm  I could not seem to use this in the page as it saved with an error);       To change it using suggestions similar to the following for apex:outputTexts  http://cloudjedi.wordpress.com/2011/08/17/formatting-numbers-or-dates-with-visualforce/   http://salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/318/what-is-a-concise-function-that-formats-a-string-decimal-into-a-currency-forma   but these did not seem to work for an inputText.  

I've noted the following ideas discussion  http://success.salesforce.com/ideaView?id=08730000000Bqq9    and also the following formula field blog postings but would an if statement similar to that in the formula field be required in an inline if statement?


Is there no easy way to ensure this formatting displays correctky?


Thanks in advance for any help.  Appreciated as always!