Dashboards FAQs

  • Caching examples
    Provides a few quick examples to help you understand how caching works
  • Create a pacing dashboard
    For most companies, the consistent tracking of progress towards an objective can be key to making wise forecasting decisions. A tool to accomplish this is a Pacing chart which displays two key points of data…
  • Filter charts with custom Dropdowns
    There may be times where you need to add values to your charts or dashboard variables which are not present in your database. In some cases, creating a quick Google Sheet and connecting it to your Chartio account may be useful…
  • Prime cache with Snapshots
    Customers dealing with especially large volumes of data commonly have an Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) process that runs once a day, typically at night when loads are lower and servers are cheaper. For these types of setups, it’s best to change the default dashboard settings in your account…
  • Leverage pre-built dashboards
    Although much of Chartio’s power comes from building your own charts and dashboards, there are still powerful ways to work with dashboards that someone else created, especially when starting out with Chartio…