Get in touch with Looker Support (DCL)
Welcome to Looker Support (DCL)! Our mission is to help customers become great at Looker, and help Looker be great for our customers. We’re here to provide technical support - if you need help troubleshooting please get in touch with us below! For training, SQL or hands-on modeling support, custom scripting help, and account needs, we have some better resources - check this Help Center article for more details.
Need help around Looker Studio?
Are you here for queries related to Looker Studio (formally known as Data Studio)? If yes, please note Looker Studio is a distinct product from Looker. This page is for technical queries related to the Looker product. For requests related to Looker Studio, instead of filling out the below form, please open a request in the Google Cloud Console under Looker Studio's project.
You can reach Looker support by using the in-app chat support. Simply click the “Chat” option from the “Help” drop down in the upper right corner and type your question. Alternatively, you can also use the support request form.
Hours of Coverage
Looker Support is available from:
- 1:00am PT to 6:00pm PT
- 4:00am ET to 9:00pm ET
- 9:00am GMT to 2:00am GMT
Coverage is subject to major holidays observed in the US and UK.
Who can access support?
Looker Support is available to administrators and developers on your Looker instance. This allows us to focus on your most involved users, who may need in-depth help with the Looker product. You should develop your own internal process for helping your end users, especially because you’ll know the ins and outs of your data better than anyone.
There is no ticketing system that you need to login to, and no forms you need to fill out to reach support. Although Looker maintains a ticketing system internally, we think it should be transparent to you. We can provide a ticket number if you like, but it is not part of our standard process, and you should be able to exchange chats or emails with Looker like you would a colleague.
Looker does not have an escalation path, because every Support Analyst is trained to the same, high level. We do have internal processes to make sure lengthy issues maintain focus, and to pull in engineering resources if necessary, but you do not need to follow a special process or achieve a certain level of severity to reach these resources.