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Finding Important Information about Dashboards

Estimated reading: 2 minutes

Stemma provides out-of-the-box integration with BI tools such as Looker, Mode and Tableau to capture rich metadata from these systems automatically.

The Stemma UI makes it easy for you to discover this important information about your dashboards, and provides a convenient way to add and modify curated information.

Status

This can be Certified, Deprecated, Intermediate, or No Status

Description

A brief summary of the contents of the dashboard:

Owners

The person or people responsible for maintaining this table:

This information is extracted automatically from the source and (unlike table ownership) can’t be edited in Stemma.

Tags

Descriptive tags for cross-referencing

Contents

Total Views

Total number of views over the life of the dashboard

Created

The date and time the dashboard was created

Last Updated

Date and time of the last update to the dashboard

Last successful run

Date and time the dashboard was last run successfully

Last run

Date and time the dashboard was last run (successfully or not)

Tables

Tables used by the dashboard

Charts

Charts available from the dashboard

Queries

Queries run from the dashboard. Click on “View Query” to see the code and copy it to your clipboard.

Open folder

Open the dashboard’s folder in the underlying application (you may need to log in to the application)

Open dashboard

Open the dashboard in the underlying application (you may need to log in to the application)