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Creating a Dashboard

Workbooks can be presented as dashboards, displaying many queries at once with interactive filters. To build a dashboard, select 'dashboard' in the upper right of the workbook:

Each workbook query will be tiled onto a unified piece of content. Tiles can be rearranged or excluded from the final presentation.

Editing a Dashboard

To edit the dashboard, toggle view mode to edit mode. Note that changes are saved automatically in edit mode. Dashboards can be renamed from the file menu.

To edit individual charts, navigate into workbook mode and adjust queries and visualizations.

Adding Filters

To add a filter to the dashboard, go into edit mode and select Add Filter. Choose the field you want to filter on. If you want to set a default value for the filter, you need to configure the values in the left pane during edit mode (note that filters done in the page in edit mode will not change the default filter expereince). This value will be pre-loaded anytime the Dashboard is opened. Filters can be disconnected from specific dashboard tiles by clicking the blue filter button in the top right corner of a tile.

Note: filters will not apply to custom-written SQL queries

Mapping Filters to Different Fields Per Dashboard Tile

Filters can optionally be mapped to different fields on each tile. A common example is when you have a dashboard date filter, but want it to update a different date field on each tile (e.g. the users tile uses user_created_at and the orders tile uses orders_created_at). To configure, select the 'customize the field for update each connected tile' option in the edit panel. Then on the top right of each tile, select the field you want to map the filter to.

Adding Text

To add text to the dashboard, go into edit mode and select Add Text. Text tiles support markdown so you can add styling, images, links, and more. See a markdown syntax reference here.

Excluding Workbook Tabs

You may have queries in the workbook that aren't intended for dashboard consumption (intermiedtae query-views or debug queries, for example). To exclude queries from the dashboard, simple uncheck the corresponding workbook tab from edit mode on the dashboard: