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Import, export, add, and share dashboards and charts

You can use dashboards to visualize and track your system's health, tackle issues, and plan any further steps. Learn to share all that information with your team, customers, or other stakeholders with various import and export options.

Import a dashboard as JSON

You can import a dashboard as JSON when you want to modify an out-of-the-box dashboard at the code level. For example, if you want to create a custom dashboard by merging two existing dashboards together, you can modify a base dashboard’s JSON and then import it back to New Relic.

To import a dashboard as JSON:

  1. Go to one.newrelic.com > All capabilities > Dashboards.
  2. Open an existing dashboard’s JSON by click the ..., then select Copy JSON.
  3. Go back to the Dashboards page.
  4. In the top-right corner, click Import dashboard.
  5. Paste your JSON code.
  6. Choose the account and permission settings for the dashboard. You can’t change the account once you’ve set it, but you can change the permissions at any time.
  7. Click Save.

Export a dashboard as PDF

To export your dashboard as a PDF file, in the dashboard's top right corner, click ... and select Export dashboard as PDF.

Export a chart as CSV

To export a dashboard's table chart as a CSV file, in the chart's top right corner, click ... and select Export as CSV.

While powerful, exporting as a CSV has limitations. A few things to keep in mind:

  • Data always exports in UTC time (-7:00)
  • Export doesn't support aggregator functions like average()
  • Export doesn't support the COMPARE_WITH clause
  • In some scenarios, the UI may perform additional formatting of the data that’s not replicated in the exported CSV which may lead to small discrepancies (such as -1.1E-17 rendering as 0 in the UI but not in the CSV)

Share a dashboard with your team

From any dashboard, share it with one of these options:

  • Copy the dashboard's permalink by clicking the link icon in the top right of a dashboard. Permalinks share a direct link to the dashboard. Keep in mind that these links expire if they are not used in a six-month period.
  • Copy your dashboard as JSON and add it to the clipboard by clicking the ... button in the top right and selecting Copy JSON to clipboard.

You can also duplicate your dashboard.

Query and explore charts

For details about what you can do with the charts, see Querying and charting options.

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