The query palette is a faster 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.
To use the query palette:
- Access the palette at the top of the query builder.
- Similar to a paint palette, the query palette arranges your newly created objects for easy access and editing.
Tips for using the query palette:
To clear the query palette, delete objects by clicking on the delete icon (when hovering). Or the palette is cleared when you start a new session, navigate away from the query builder, or refresh your page. To find past queries, use History 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).
- A green dot in Explore 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.