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Investigate a look performance on dashboard

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Last tested: Nov 19, 2020

To check the performance time of a look in a dashboard, we have to use count on 'queryid' -- there is no direct relationship between lookid and dashboard id.

We rely on queryid is because queryid tells us about a specific query that is sent to database (i.e.: we can change a query underlying in a look or in a dashboard, the queryid will change, while the lookid and dashboard id remain the same -- same address for the house but different people living there is the analogy to this case).

The step would be:
1/ Find the query id of your look
2/ Run the explore with query id and dashboard
3/ Select average time running, source, and other fields if needed


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