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Ability to parameterize and embed dashboards or charts into external web applications #8924

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denkab opened this issue Jan 4, 2020 · 1 comment
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@denkab denkab commented Jan 4, 2020

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
There is an existing application where addition of charts or dashboards managed in external tools (like Kibana and Tableau) is an established practice.

Describe the solution you'd like
I wish to be able to embed (worst case, as an iframe, but ideally, by somehow proxying content of the charts) to make those an inseparable part of another application. This would be beneficial from at least 2 perspectives: convenience and access control. This way, by parameterizing (or pre-selecting filters, either hidden or available in the slice-and-dashboard UI), users can land in an experience that is contextualized to their domain/area, but also, it can be hoped that data belonging to areas that aren't "theirs" can be concealed.

Describe alternatives you've considered
IDK, really... Forgoing the superset's UI altogether and interacting with backend does not seem too appealing.

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Nothing else to think of at the moment.

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