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#266

: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.


#267

:moneybag: Alter the trace refinement histograms in Distributed Tracing.


#268

:moneybag: Create a chart in basic mode & screenshot that + the advanced NRQL.


#269

:moneybag: 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.

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

:moneybag: Show a search that pulls in data from multiple accounts.

:moneybag: Add compound conditions to Distributed Trace filtering.

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

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

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


#270


#271


#272

Hey @Farajoddin.Mohammed - sorry for the delay, I had vacation last week so didn’t see this… the details are here in the chart builder’s basic mode:



#273

Hi all - Firstly, WOW! this thread blew up over the past weeks, what fantastic engagement! Thank you all for taking part!

Secondly, there’s still time! We will close out this thread at the end of June (the last business day of June, which is this Friday)…

Finally, congrats to those of you who have already hit over 15 clues solved: @jfry, @imesh.guruge, @n.curde, @zackm, @jason.oliva, @Max_Shut, @Farajoddin.Mohammed, @james.ashworth1, @sudhir_muramalla, @joshua.wraight, @atittle, @Ryan.Means, @herrmannc, @Bishnu.UBA

Well done folks!

If you think you should be in that list, DM me and I can see what you need to get completed :smiley:


#274
  1. Find a service with no open violations in the New Relic One UI.


#275

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


#276

:moneybag: Complete the Discovery Center’s New Relic One tour.


#277

:moneybag: Find documentation and support links.


#278

: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.

@Linds All the 15 clues completed
@rheft

Cheers


#279

Yarr… Here be th’ treasures I found

  1. Find a service with no open violations in the New Relic One UI.

  2. Scrub through your dashboard, showing the scrubber on more than one widget.

  3. Complete the Discovery Center’s New Relic One tour.

  4. Find documentation and support links.
    4

  5. Alter the trace refinement histograms in Distributed Tracing

  6. Create a chart in basic mode & screenshot that + the advanced NRQL.


  7. 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.

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

  9. Show a search that pulls in data from multiple accounts.
    9

  10. Add compound conditions to Distributed Trace filtering.

  11. Display your services in order of current health.

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


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

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

  15. Set, and then find, a favourite entity, and favourite dashboard.
    15


#280
  1. Complete the Discovery Center’s New Relic One tour.
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  2. Find a service with no open violations in the New Relic One UI
    image

  3. Create a chart in basic mode & screenshot that + the advanced NRQL
    image

  4. Find documentation and support links
    image

  5. Show a dashboard in full screen and with dark mode enabled.
    image

  6. 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.

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  1. Display your services in order of current health

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

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  1. show a search that pulls in data from multiple accounts
    image

  2. Find the last 5 queries you have written.
    image

  3. Complete the Navigating New Relic One section of the New Relic University course on New Relic One

image

  1. Alter the trace refinement histograms in Distributed Tracing.

  2. Add compound conditions to Distributed Trace filtering.

  3. Set, and then find, a favourite entity, and favourite dashboard.
    image

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


#281
  1. Find a service with no open violations in the New Relic One UI.
  2. Scrub through your dashboard, showing the scrubber on more than one widget.
  3. Complete the Discovery Center’s New Relic One tour.
  4. Find documentation and support links.
  5. Alter the trace refinement histograms in Distributed Tracing.
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  6. Create a chart in basic mode & screenshot that + the advanced NRQL.

  7. 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.
  8. Add a chart from the Entity Explorer to your favourite dashboard.
  9. Show a search that pulls in data from multiple accounts.
  10. Add compound conditions to Distributed Trace filtering.
  11. Display your services in order of current health.
  12. Filter a dashboard to a shorter time range, by clicking and dragging on a chart widget.

    18
  13. Show a dashboard in full screen and with dark mode enabled.
  14. Screenshot the definition of your most used (default) attribute in the New Relic One UI.
  15. View the query for a chart you already have in your dashboard.
  16. Set, and then find, a favourite entity, and favourite dashboard.
  17. Complete the Navigating New Relic One section of the New Relic University course on New Relic One
  18. Find the last 5 queries you have written.

#282


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