Explore dashboard export

11 Comments

  • Ankit B

    This remains an issue. You can not export the dashboard with all the tabs.

    Please fix this.

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  • Andy Killingsworth

    Hi, Ankit. 

    Thanks for creating this feedback post. I've confirmed that the current expected behavior is for dashboard exports to only include the tab you're on when manually exporting. At this time, we don't have the ability to export all tabs at once, apologies for the inconvenience. Other users have made similar requests, so I'll mark the ticket from this thread as feedback for our Explore team.

    Sorry that we can't do anything sooner! In the meantime, please manually export each of those tabs.

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  • Eckhard Doll

    I am irritated by the lack of this too. I mean, the function is called "Export dashboard" and not "Export tab" after all...

    Also, it would be great if the PDF export would at least recognize the dimensions of a dashboard. "Custom" sets it to a width of 1180 per default. If one has a different dimension, this has to be entered manually first.

    I'd also like to enter a name for the file to be exported. A file name like "b7735dcb-a73a-4a9b-8bd6-8bb327951e91.pdf" isn't exactly helpful.

    And images placed in tabs do not show up in the export.

    I need to have a proper export feature for management without everyone being forced to become a Zendesk user first.

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  • Tobias Hermanns

    Same for us +1

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  • Brian Mortensen

    Same here... These issues are MUST fix...

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  • Sam Dearing

    Exports are not recognizing the dimensions of the dashboard which is a problem. When I export a larger dashboard it either scrunches all the charts together to fit the fixed 1180 width when I fit to screen, or it cuts it off if I have manual dimensions. Frustrating. 

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  • Jean Johnson

    +1

    Also, when you export to PDF, A4 Portait and A4 Landscape are options but not Letter (8.5x11).

    The tool is great for people who can live in it but it makes management reporting difficult.

     

    Others - FWIW, I separated the tabs of my dashboard into separate dashboards for export purposes. :(

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  • Tobias Hermanns

    I´ve the same issue, very annoying...

     

     

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  • Efrat Barak Zadok

    I would like to export the Explore Dashboard (or part of it) into Datadog which will combine other performance dashboards of the company product performance

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  • Vladimir Petrushenka

    Critically important for us too! Big +1 

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  • Harriet Klymchuk

    +1 as well; as mentioned by Jean, the dashboards are great when you are in them, but when you require to capture reports on certain days and times and keep them as they are for record purposes, having to export multiple tabs individually, or create separate dashboards for each tab, is time-consuming.

    This is particularly inefficient when you have detailed reports and dashboards going into 10 tabs or more.

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