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What's New for Browsing and Exploring

We roll out new cool features every month. Come to this page to see the list of changes for the Browse and Explore sections of Looker.

Looker admins and developers should also view our official release notes page.

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Looker 6.0

Notable Features

Refactored Cartesian Charts

A new visualization engine provides for bubble charts, greater flexibility when mixing series types, and smarter defaults for Cartesian charts. It also lays the foundation for future developments. The visualization framework is generally available now, but could previously be enabled using the Enhanced Visualizations Labs feature.

Improved Color Picker

Allow your users to have complete information right off the bat when choosing color palettes for their visualizations. Default color palettes as dictated by the Admin panel are suggested first, followed by Looker’s out-of-the-box color palettes.

Features by Section

Dashboards and Visualizations

Looker 5.24

Notable Features

Download Merged Results as CSV

Save, download, and share merged content with ease. Merged results queries that have been saved to dashboards can now be downloaded as CSV files. From email updates to data science workflows, it has never been easier to use and view merged data outside of the Looker application.

Features by Section

Scheduling and Downloading

Looker 5.22

Notable Features

Merged Results Improvements

Looker users now experience even more front-end flexibility with merged results on experimental custom fields. Merged results are also now available in embedded iframes for Powered By Looker users.

Features by Section

Dashboards and Visualizations

Looker 5.20

Looker 5.20 focused on technical improvements that are not directly visible to business users.

Looker 5.18

Notable Features

Password Configuration Options

It is now possible for your Looker admin to specify a minimum password length, require special characters, and require locally-configured users to reset old, less-secure passwords.

Features by Section

User Accounts

Dashboards and Visualizations

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