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Create a property in Explore with the query palette

The query palette is a quick way to create new properties and flows in your queries. You can create an object inline while you are constructing a query, rather than navigating away to create the property in the Data section of the UI.

Access the palette at the top of the query builder.
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Tips for using the query palette:

  • To clear the query palette, delete objects by clicking on the delete icon (when hovering). The palette is also cleared when you start a new session, navigate away from the query builder, or refresh your page. To find past queries, use History (at the bottom left of the UI) or hit your browser Back button.

  • Objects in a query's palette are linked to the query and saved only as part of the query. To revisit or reuse your objects, pin your query to a board or use the query ID (that is, the query URL).

  • In Explore, a green dot next to the button that opens the query palette marks a query that uses properties or flows from a palette.
  • A red dot in the query palette marks a property or flow that is not valid.
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