If you want to hide a phase change line or lines on a particular graph, it is now possible to do so.
This would be helpful in situations where you want to document all intervention changes, but you do not need all of that information to show up on every report--for example, an insurance company may want to see the utilization of different reinforcement strategies, but this might be too much information if you are sharing the graph with a parent, teacher, or another stakeholder.
To hide one or more phase change lines on a graph, you will navigate to the target graph you want to edit and click "Edit Data" in the top right corner.
Next, you will find the transition to that phase and click the pencil (edit) button next to it.
Then, you will click the box next to "Hide Phase Line in Graph." This will make this a hidden phase change line.
Note: you can always unselect this box later if needed.
You will see that this transition now has the "hidden" label next to it.
Under "Other Options" there is a graph configuration option to "Show Hidden Phase Lines" -- using this, you can keep any phase change lines hidden, but quickly toggle between showing and not showing your hidden phase change lines.