In this article, we'll go over different ways of sharing Haystack data.

Haystack allows you to share in 4 ways

  1. Download Images

  2. Export CSV

  3. Using Query Builder

  4. Export Most Used Metrics

Download Images of Any Graphs

Every graph in Haystack has 3 dots next it. You can find Download As Image (.png) button in the dropdown.

Clicking this button will generate an image like below that you can use in your reports.

Export CSV for Any Data Point

All Haystack graphs are clickable.

Clicking any point on the graphs will show a list of individual items on how that point is calculated. You can click on the Download button, which will download all the underlying data for the given date set in CSV format.

Note: By default Haystack scopes weekly. You can use granularity=month or granularity=quarter urls parameters to get the data scope you want.


Ex: https://dash.usehaystack.io/app/speed?granularity=month

Export Any Data Using Query Builder

Query Builder is an extremely powerful tool where you can create any table that can be generated.

To run a query, first select the Measure you'd like to add as a column. Secondly, select the columns (group by) items by selecting it as Dimensions. Lastly, run the query and select table as the visualization option. In the end, you should see a table like below. Copy the table and paste it to Google Sheets to use it for custom reports.

Export Most Used Metrics

Export page allows you to export data higher level metrics such as cycle time, hotfixes etc with a single click in JSON format. You can also group the data by Teams or Repositories.

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