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What's New for Browsing and Exploring

We roll out cool new features every month. Come to this page to see an overview of our latest features.

You can find the full Looker release notes on Looker Community.

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Looker 6.16

Notable Features

Content Curation (Boards)

Available in the Labs section of Looker, this solution allows people to easily organize dashboards and Looks for a team or initiative, and to provide guidance with markdown links. This solution works in tandem with folders (Spaces). It allows users to organize content for a temporary or permanent team or initiative without moving the underlying content, which is stored in folders.

Alerts

Create alerts directly from a dashboard tile. Set up threshold-based conditions (greater than, less than, changes by, increases, etc.) and receive notifications via email when a condition is met.

Features by Section

Dashboards, Visualizations, and Explore

Looker 6.14

Features by Section

Dashboards, Visualizations, and Explore

Scheduling and Downloads

Looker 6.12

Features by Section

Dashboards, Visualizations, and Explore

Looker 6.10

Notable Features

Three (or Four) New Visualizations

By popular request, we’ve added three new standard visualizations and a fourth Labs revamp of the table visualization. Use the new waterfall to help understand the cumulative effect of positive and negative values, choose the box plot to show distributions in value, and highlight the most popular values with the new word cloud. The new table visualization has native subtotals and adjustable and freezable columns.

Features by Section

Dashboards, Visualizations, and Explore

Looker 6.8

Notable Features

Localized Visualizations

Dashboards and visualizations can now be displayed in French, German, and Japanese, giving your content worldwide reach! The dashboard’s embedded content and its menu will be translated according to a user’s locale. Other types of text — application-level menus, filters, editing options — will not be translated.

Features by Section

Dashboards, Visualizations, and Explore

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