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#308

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

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

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

:moneybag: Find documentation and support links.

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

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


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#309

: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.

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

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#310

: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.


#311

Below are my findings for Week 2 clues:

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

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

  3. Add compound conditions to Distributed Trace filtering.

  4. Display your services in order of current health.

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


#312

Below are my findings for the final clues:

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

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

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

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

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

  6. Find the last 5 queries you have written.


#313

Below you will find answers to 6 questions of week 1


#314

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


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


#315

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


:moneybag: Find documentation and support links.
DocumentationAndSupport


#316

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

here’s all the ones I’ve found merged into one:

I’ve hit the limit of 3 replies with 2 picts each , if you need me to upload the screenshots seperately, let me know how…


#317


#318

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.


#319

Add a chart from the Entity Explorer to your favo

rite dashboard.


#320

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


#321

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

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

6-Find the last 5 queries you have written.


#322

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


#323

Find the last 5 queries you have written.


#324

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


#325

Find a service with no open violations in the New Relic One UI.
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#326

W1

Complete the Discovery Center’s New Relic One tour.

Find documentation and support links.

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

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

Alter the trace refinement histograms in Distributed Tracing

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


#327

Week 2

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.

Add compound conditions to Distributed Trace filtering.

Display your services in order of current health.

Show a search that pulls in data from multiple accounts.

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

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