What’s new in ADX Web Explorer

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We continue improving your ADX Web Explorer user experience, here are some recent features you might have missed.

 

Cluster friendly names

You can now rename your cluster connections to display shorter and friendlier names.

Just right click on your clusters to edit them

 

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Search in grid

Search in the results grid by selecting the Search button on the top right of the results grid and entering an expression in the search box on the left

 

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Rename a tab

To rename a tab just double click the tab name

 

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Export and import your query work environment

ADX allows you to export your entire work environment to a JSON file, this includes your cluster connections, open query tabs and settings.

You can use this functionality to manually backup your work environment or to easily migrate your cluster connections and query tabs between different devices.

Please note that the Export action only addresses the query work environment, and won’t include any dashboard data.

 

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Maximize results pane

Use the arrows in the top right of the results pane to maximize its size.

 

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Thank you for using our product and providing us with valuable feedbback!

Stay tuned for the next what’s new post.

 

New to ADX Web Explorer?

Get started here Quickstart: Query data in Azure Data Explorer Web UI

 

Learn more about Azure Data Explorer (Kusto):

  1. Azure Data Explorer
  2. Documentation
  3. Course – Basics of KQL
  4. Query explorer
  5. Azure Portal
  6. User Voice
  7. Cost Estimator
  8. ADX End to End Lab

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