After running a query, and while viewing the results table, there are two export options that are available that appear above the results table: CSV and JSON.
- To export the current table results as a CSV, click the green CSV button.
- To export the current table results as a JSON, click the purple JSON button.
The ‘Recent Queries’ tab shows a history – and results – of the queries you’ve made. Click any of the expandable entries for more details about the query.
Yes. Re-running a query asks the server to process a new query with the same parameters and return fresh results.
Yes. However, query history is a local cache of your query data stored in your Web browser. Results may be stale if you’re referring back to them down the road.
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