You may have noticed (or more likely no longer notice) that Chartio has had less and less downtime for deploys. It’s not that we’re not doing releases - we’re doing more than ever - but we’ve slowly been reducing the reasons for needing any downtime in the deploy. Find out more about our zero downtime.
We’ve been releasing a lot of features lately and often just move on to the next one without fully writing about it. I wanted to take a second to highlight two fairly minor but quite nice features that came out of a few customer meetings recently. Learn about dashboard urls and chart series focus.
With our customers relying on over 100,000 dashboards and 2,000,000 charts in Chartio to run their business, query performance is something our engineering team is very serious about. Find out one of the ways we are reducing database load by eliminating duplicate queries.
We are excited to announce that Chartio supports Amazon Athena, an interactive query service that makes it easy to analyze data in Amazon S3 using standard SQL. Read more about the integration announcement in this blog post.
With the Advanced Data Pipeline, we brought the aspects of the Data Explorer you know, and transformed it to do more. Now, visualizing your data workflow is easier, and you get more power by being able to do multiple merges.
Introducing Data Stores, a better way to store and transform data, making it possible to skip ETL and data warehousing. Data Stores simply ETL itself, using the Data Pipeline UI to rapidly layer in summary or rollup tables.
We're announcing Chartio embedded dashboards: a solution for sharing data outside your company.
With the release of a new Data Pipeline step, it allows you to create a histogram in only a few clicks. Learn how it works.
Read our news releases and improvements in the dashboard title bar, hidden variables, new input widget and dashboard variables in query mode.
If you're exporting PDFs from your Chartio dashboards or from individual charts, you'll find our PDFs are now better-looking and more reliable. We've made improvements to our PDFs and exports are now truer to the web originals.
Chartio's CSV import tool was already easy to use, but we've made improvements to help you finish imports faster. Read more about the updates.
Make Chartio your own. With that, we've added a theme editor, enabling customers to create a theme that suits your company branding colors or personal preference. Read more about custom dashboard themes.
Read our new Chartio feature releases include improved global filters, a new step to the data pipeline, arranging charts and a shortcut to running queries.
We’re constantly working to improve Chartio. Read our news releases and improvements around single value indicators, grouping and rotate values.
We're constantly working to improve Chartio. Today we've released our new architecture and interface for exploring and analyzing data in Chartio. It's called the Data Pipeline, enabling users to further analyze their data.
We're constantly working to improve Chartio. We're excited to announce improvements in CSV reports, exporting charts as SVGs and totals table setting.
We’re constantly working to improve Chartio. Read about our latest feature release: Maps and Bubble Maps. Now you can visualize all your geographical data.
Bubble plot charts are similar to scatter plots but also allow you to compare data by the size of the bubble. Read about our new chart type.
Chartio is launching a new view of your organization. With Chartio, you can now favorite dashboards for quick access and see team activity.
A major focus for Chartio is helping to manage data connections. With that we've updated your data source settings page for better navigation. Continue reading to learn more about this data sources update in Chartio.