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  • Silvia Puga



    Is there any way to export the whole dashboard in one unique file? 'Cause when I click on export the pannel I created it exports one file per query, and I want all queries in one unique file.



  • Ruel Antonio Calvelo

    Hi Silvia,

    Currently there's no option to export the whole dashboard in Explore. You may need to do it one query/tab/panel at a time. Apologies if this is a limitation for now so we strongly recommend that you post this in our product feedback section along with your use case. Rest assured that your voice matters to us so we are looking forward to receiving your suggestion. 


  • Devan - Community Manager
    Zendesk Community Team

    On Wednesday, April 8, from 8:00am-10:00pm CDT, we'll have a special guest team of experts on hand to answer your questions about Explore: Reporting & Insights Migration in your Zendesk Explore instance for an AMA-style conversation!

    Just click the "new post" button and write up your question. Be sure to be as detailed as possible. The best questions include: 

    • What it is you're trying to do
    • What you've tried so far 
    • Any other context or relevant information
    • Screenshots, if you have them

    Questions posted to this topic in advance of the start time will be answered first thing on the 8th, so if you've got something you want our experts to look at, post it today!

  • Vladimir Petrushenka

    Hi there, 


    Is there a way to make a query private? So no one else could see them, there is a such feature in Insights/Gooddata. Very handy for Team Leads for queries with sensitive data. 


  • Brett Bowser
    Zendesk Community Team

    Hey Vladimir,

    There isn't a way to make a private query at this time. I would recommend upvoting the following feedback post and providing your use-case for our Product Managers to review: Query Permissions

    I hope this helps!

  • CJ Johnson

    Vladimir Petrushenka Actually, you kind of can, if you make a personal dataset. I made a dataset for myself, and did not give anyone else permission to edit or view it. Then, queries I make for testing things out, do not appear in the query list to anyone else but me, because I am the only one with the permissions to see it.  Of course, an admin could give others access to it, but as long as you work with your admins on this, it shouldn't be too hard to keep it to just you. 


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