Cluvio updates
Cluvio updates

Improved user signup experience for existing company account





We deployed an improvement, which helps in cases where users wish to join a company account on Cluvio by signing up on our website.

Now, when users with emails from an existing company account sign up, an email is sent to the admins of the account with a link allowing an account admin to easily assign a role to the user and send the invite.


You can now distribute a link to , which is a page optimized to only include the minimum information needed for your users to send the request to join your account.


Easily add Total line to serial charts with Group





The Bar and Line charts, when displaying data with series driven by Group column, can now easily display the total (i.e. sum of all series value for each x-axis point) as an additional series, displayed as a line. This can be an effective way to communicate the total over time, esp. on stacked bar or ar3ea charts.



Code Completion Overhaul





We have made a thorough overhaul of the code completion in the SQL editor, adding:

  • much nicer design
  • overview of table columns
  • in-line docs for all SQL keywords and functions for each database, with a link to the full documentation
  • in-line code of SQL snippets, with edit link
  • in-line preview of SQL Filter values, with edit link

Here are a few screenshots:






MongoDB BI Connector support





We added support for working directly with data in MongoDB via the MongoDB BI Connector for instances running on MongoDB Atlas or own servers.


Configurable line width on bar charts





A small improvement adds the ability to change a width of a line when displayed on a Bar chart (same option as already available on the Line chart).


Performance improvements with lots of dashboards





We deployed a set of backend changes that make working with lots of dashboards significantly faster, this is most notable on accounts with lots (100s) of dashboards on the dashboard list and the dashboard schedules.

Labels for GeoJSON charts





GeoJSON map chart now supports adding labels for the displayed features (Point, Line, or Polygon). These can be added via the properties section in the generated GeoJSON using the following attributes:

  • label-text - text to display. You can use \n to wrap text.
  • label-color - font color, as a hex value.
  • label-size - font size in points.

Here is an example:


  "type": "Feature",
  "properties": {
    "name": "Bermuda Triangle",
    "label-text": "Bermuda\\nTriangle",
    "label-color": "#FF0000",
    "label-size": 16,
    "area": 1150180
  "geometry": {
    "type": "Polygon",
    "coordinates": [
        [-64.73, 32.31],
        [-80.19, 25.76],
        [-66.09, 18.43],
        [-64.73, 32.31]
}' as polygon

Underflow and Overflow bins for Historgram chart





We launched recently a few improvements for the Histogram chart:

  • you can now define minimum and maximum values for the histogram, which would place any values outside of this range into special underflow and/or overflow bins. You can define a different color to be used for those bins, so any outliers would either stand out (when unexpected) or be diminished (when the outliers are not interesting)
  • fixed upper boundary of the last bin to correctly display the value corresponding to the bin "width" (previously the maximum value present would be displayed on the axis, which could be misleading).

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Fix query history for analysts without "admin" role





We just deployed a fix for a bug where for some users "Insufficient permissions" would be displayed when viewing their query history in the report editor.

Show zoom controls for Map charts





A minor improvement adds the option to show zoom controls on the map chart to make it easier/clearer to zoom for some use cases or devices.