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#195

By default search is across all accounts



#196

Add compound conditions to Distributed Trace filtering.


#197


#198

:moneybag: Add compound conditions to Distributed Trace filtering.


#199

:moneybag: Display your services in order of current health.


#200

:moneybag: Display your services in order of current health.


#201

Display your services in order of current health.


#202

Filter a dashboard to a shorter time range, by clicking and dragging on a chart widget.


#203
  1. Find a service map that has multiple incoming and outgoing connections and take a screenshot of the services tab in the Dependency Table sorted by average HTTP response time.

  2. Add a chart from the Entity Explorer to your favourite dashboard.
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  3. Show a search that pulls in data from multiple accounts.

  4. Display your services in order of current health. ( I tend to use the dashboard to show health, including this but also apdex, 502s, to judge health of services and server).

  5. Filter a dashboard to a shorter time range, by clicking and dragging on a chart widget.


#204

Treasure_Hunt_Astronaut

Ahoy! Thar Be Yer Final Clues:

:moneybag: Show a dashboard in full screen and with dark mode enabled.

:moneybag: Screenshot the definition of your most used (default) attribute in the New Relic One UI.

:moneybag: View the query for a chart you already have in your dashboard.

:moneybag: Set, and then find, a favourite entity, and favourite dashboard.

:moneybag: Complete the Navigating New Relic One section of the New Relic University course on New Relic One

:moneybag: Find the last 5 queries you have written.

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:moneybag: Show a dashboard in full screen ‘n wit’ dark mode enabled.

:moneybag: Screenshot th’ definition o’ yer most used (default) attribute in th’ New Relic One UI.

:moneybag: View th’ query fer a chart ye already 'ave in yer dashboard.

:moneybag: Set, 'n then find, a favourite entity, 'n favourite dashboard.

:moneybag: Complete th’ Navigatin’ New Relic One section o’ th’ New Relic University course on New Relic One.

:moneybag: Find th’ last 5 queries ye 'ave written.


#205
  1. Find a service map that has multiple incoming and outgoing connections and take a screenshot of the services tab in the Dependency Table sorted by average HTTP response time.

2.Add a chart from the Entity Explorer to your favourite dashboard.

3.Show a search that pulls in data from multiple accounts.

4.Add compound conditions to Distributed Trace filtering.

5.Display your services in order of current health.

6.Filter a dashboard to a shorter time range, by clicking and dragging on a chart widget.


#206

@RyanVeitch

Which course is this:

These are the only “New Relic One” courses showing, and none specifically say “Navigating”?


#207

@jfry - If you go to the New Relic One course in learn.newrelic.com => https://learn.newrelic.com/new-relic-one you’ll see the Navigating New Relic One section of the curriculum:


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#211
  1. Show a dashboard in full screen and with dark mode enabled.

  1. View the query for a chart you already have in your dashboard.

  1. Set, and then find, a favourite entity, and favourite dashboard.

  2. Find the last 5 queries you have written.


#212

:moneybag: Dashboard in full screen and with dark mode enabled.


#213


#214

:moneybag: View the query for a chart you already have in your dashboard.