This page describes Looker’s new dashboard experience, which is the default Looker dashboard experience. For information on legacy dashboards, visit the Legacy dashboards documentation page. To determine which type of dashboard you are using, compare the screenshots on the Viewing dashboards and Viewing legacy dashboards documentation pages.
The following pages walk you through using dashboards:
- Viewing dashboards
Switching between dashboards and legacy dashboards, navigating dashboards, exploring and drilling on data points, changing dashboard filter values, updating data on dashboards, getting and viewing dashboard LookML, pinning dashboards, and downloading data from dashboards
- Creating user-defined dashboards
Creating dashboards and adding dashboard tiles
- Editing user-defined dashboards
Editing dashboards; rearranging, resizing, and editing dashboard tiles; dashboard settings; and deleting dashboards
- Adding saved content to dashboards (legacy feature)
Adding tiles based on saved content (also known as Looks) to dashboards directly from the Add Tile menu when the Add Looks to dashboards legacy feature is enabled
- Adding and editing user-defined dashboard filters
Adding, configuring, editing, and deleting dashboard filters
- Cross-filtering dashboards
Enabling, creating, sharing, drilling on, and removing cross-filters
- Scheduling and sending dashboards
Scheduling and sending dashboards to email, webhook, Amazon S3, SFTP, and some integrated services destinations; editing, deleting, and duplicating schedules
- Upgrading the default dashboard experience for all Looker users
Guidance on the transition to the new dashboard experience as the default Looker dashboard experience, as well as how to continue viewing legacy dashboards
- Comparing user-defined and LookML dashboards
Understand the different types of Looker dashboards and their characteristics.
For information on LookML dashboards, visit the LookML dashboard overview documentation page.