Connect the Dots by Relating Spaces
Check our this guide to relating Spaces in Librato bu connecting the dots with a deep dive into the Spaces UI, and making it easier for your whole team.
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Like our customers, we take stability, performance, and cost-efficiency seriously. We are constantly building new Spaces, digging into trends, and adding new metrics.
Some Spaces provide a high-level overview of key metrics for an app or service while others dig deep into the details of particular features, environments, or dependencies. There is a challenge, however. As the number of Spaces increase, how do you communicate to your team that more detailed information is available? As a group, how do you know which sets of charts are current and trusted if you didn't build them personally?
Today diving deeper is easier for you and your whole team. Simply connect any chart to a Space containing more detailed information, and then jump to it with a single click.
To relate a chart to another Space, open the chart’s attributes and enter the Space’s name or URL:
You can also pick from your favorites or recently visited Spaces. Once you’ve selected a Space, you can preview it to make sure it is the one you want:
Once linked, any chart with a related Space will show the link on hover for easy access:
By relating Spaces, you can quickly build networks of the views that are most important to you. We hope you find this as useful as we have. We want your feedback and appreciate your feature requests. Let us know what you think: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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