Dashboard groups and Favorites

We are launching a set of features that improve working with lots of dashboards.



  1. New way to represent dashboards as tiles with a thumbnail and improved visuals for the old "boxes" representation.

  2. Dashboard groups to organize dashboards by purpose

  3. Favorites that allow any user to select own set of frequently used dashboards; with one or more favorites, the Favorites group will open by default instead of the last accessed dashboard.

  4. Improved way to hide the initial sample dashboards without having to delete them.

You can read more in the docs here.


Happy Holidays!

New map chart options to control initial zoom

The map chart has a few new options that allow you to control the initial zoom / boundaries the map displays:

  • fix the map zoom to a specific area or (previous functionality) as a bounding box for the data
  • set minimum and maximum zoom the map would display


Parametrised SQL snippets and snippets-within-snippets

The SQL snippets now allow defining parameters, to increase the flexibility of what a snippet can do. And snippets can now be used within other snippets to be able to assemble higher-level snippets from lower-level building blocks.


See the docs here: basics and and parametrised

New Chart type: Histogram

We have added a brand new type to the stable of charts available as visualizations in Cluvio: Histogram chart. This is the first new chart type in a set of new types of charts we are working on, more will be coming over the next few months.


The Histogram chart looks similar to a Bar chart, but the purpose and the underlying behavior is more specific. Histogram chart represents a distribution of frequencies of values within a data set; imagine, for example, a distribution of ages within users or (as the image above shows) distribution of comments on posts by the comment length.

You can find out more about how to use the chart in the docs over here: https://docs.cluvio.com/hc/en-us/articles/360009651939-Histogram-chart

Added ability to configure text size for Pie, Bar, Line and XY charts

We added the ability to use larger fonts for Pie, Bar, Line and XY charts, with the same S/M/L/XL options as the Table and Pivot charts.

With the new option it is possible to create consistent-looking dashboards to use in cases where larger and more readable texts are displayed.


Pricing in USD now available

We added the option to use US dollar-based pricing, available to customers in the US or any other country outside the EU VAT zone.


Fixed layout when maximizing reports on latest Chrome

We deployed a fix (or rather a workaround) for a bug in the latest Chrome release that was causing visual artefacts and incorrect layout when a report was maximized.

Since now the current version of Chrome uses a brand new layout engine (LayoutNG), it is possible that there are other minor things not working correctly. In case you come across anything, we would appreciate a bug report via a ticket or email to support@cluvio.com.

Configurable donut width for Pie chart

The Pie chart in the Donut style now supports a new "Donut Width" option, with value between 1-99% of the pie. Here are few examples with different values applied:


New Bar and Line chart features

The Bar and Line charts now support few new options:

Customizable bar and line width

The width of the bars on Bar chart can be set between 1-100% and the width/thickness of lines on Line chart between 1-20 pixels.

Screenshot 2019-07-15 10.50.42.png

Customizable Value label position

When value labels are displayed, it is now possible to configure the label position within the Bar/Column or relative to the point on the Line chart.

Screenshot 2019-07-15 10.59.15.png

Custom labels

The label displayed on the chart can now be a custom value from another column in the sql query results, making it possible to add additional context or highlight only specific values dynamically by displaying a label only for some of them.

Here is an example that highlights the maximum and minimum values:


Fixed bug running queries with triple-quoted strings

We fixed an issue which was causing perfectly valid queries with triple-quoted strings to fail in some cases.

This is a