Announcing user experience improvements to the Explore datasets library

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  • Peter Rifkind
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    So is there a way to migrate a query from an out-of-date dataset to a current dataset?  Or can we update the datasets manually?

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  • Tobias Hermanns
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    Hi,

     

    i want to know the same thanks!

     

    /Tobias

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  • Quentin
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    I like the improvements however, what do you mean by "won’t receive any further updates."? Does that mean that for those queries the number of tickets will not show after july9th? or that new ticket fields won't show up?

    Anyway, does that mean I will have to clone all my queries to a non-outdate data and replace all queries on my dashboards?

    Thanks.

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  • Vincent Dollet
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    Dear all, we're planning to introduce the ability to move queries between datasets so that you don't need to recreate queries manually. We'll share more information on the timeline shortly.

    "Out of date" datasets mean that these datasets are using older versions of metrics & attributes, and that we will not be able to update them with newer metrics & attributes. However, the data available through these datasets (like number of tickets) will keep on being updated, and new ticket fields will keep on showing up.

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  • Mark Hinson
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    Hi Vincent and Andrew,

    For the "Last Refresh", you say this has been moved to Query Builder, can you indicate where this is please. 

    thank you, Mark

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  • Vincent Dollet
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    Hi Mark, the "Last refresh" indicator in the Query Builder should reach production in the coming weeks. It will be displayed under the "dataset name", and updated whenever data is rendered (table, chart etc.) so that you can understand what data you're seeing

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