Below you can find a description of the fields, buttons, and settings of data source creating page.
Name* -This field allows you to enter the name of your data source. The field is required.
Description - This field allows you to enter a description for your data source. These might be some hints you might need in the future. This field is optional.
These settings allow you to share your data source with users or groups who have permission to use Looker Studio Connector.
Users - This setting allows you to share your data source with users. You can select as many individual users as you need to. The user can be searched by login or full email.
Groups -This setting allows you to share your data source with groups. You can select as many groups as you want to.
Other users who have access to Looker Studio Connector for Jira app might not get all data from this data source due to different Jira permissions.
Search and View Settings
The Search box - This box allows you to quickly find, and then add to your export issue filters you need.
The amount of found issue filters will be shown on each tab you have.
Configure view - This setting allows you to adjust the appearance of the issues. You can select what option to display: Show IDs or Show types. The Show names option is a default. All options can be selected at once.
The screenshot presents how the options are displayed in the UI, using matching colors.
Select Filters Section
These settings allow you to select or cancel a selection of filters. This page displays all fields and tables you can export.
The upper ribbon displays Jira and other plug-ins you have.
This very screenshot display only Jira options, but it can also include Xray, Time in Status, Prokectrak, Zephyr Scale, etc.
The list of filters and plug-ins is determined by your current Jira edition and add-ons.
Save and Preview Section
After creating and editing your data source, you can select one of the following options what to do with it.
Save - This option creates your new data source or updates if you edit already-existing data source.
Preview -This option allows you to check the source name, source description, issue filters, and export items.
PreviewERD - This option allows you to view the Entity Relationship Diagram for your Connector support data source,which is generated based on the checkboxes you have selected before.
All these settings are applied to already existing data sources.
Copy - This button copies the data source URL to the clipboard.
Open in Looker Studio ↗ - This button will automatically redirect you to the Looker Studio page and enter your data source link there.
The Actions (three dots) panel introduces you different actions:
Edit - This button allows you to make changes to the data source.
Delete - This button allows you to remove the data source.
Share - This button allows you to distribute the data source to users who have permission to use this app.
Archive - This button allows you to mark data source as archived, data source will be moved to the Archived tab.
Clone - This button allows you to make a copy of the data source.
Preview ERD - This button allows you to view the Entity Relationship Diagram for adata source.