Kibana 4 - filters in a dashboard

Dear Elasticsearch team,

could you possibly please clarify a question regarding "Kibana 4" vs
"Kibana 3" Dashboard feature.

In Kibana 3 Dashboard I was able to interact with widgets i.e drill-down
the data by clicking on basically any of the widgets to add more filters to
current dashboard.
Does it suppose to work the same way in Kibana 4 as well?

It does not work for me at all now and I'm wondering is that's something
that I can not figure out how to do or is it something that's not
implemented yet.

Thanks in advance,
Alex.

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I believe it is not implemented yet
(https://github.com/elasticsearch/kibana/issues/1526). There are a number
of missing features that are scheduled on the roadmap plus a ton of bugs
still to be fixed. It really is a beta 1

On Tuesday, November 11, 2014 1:55:43 AM UTC-6, Alex wrote:

Dear Elasticsearch team,

could you possibly please clarify a question regarding "Kibana 4" vs
"Kibana 3" Dashboard feature.

In Kibana 3 Dashboard I was able to interact with widgets i.e drill-down
the data by clicking on basically any of the widgets to add more filters to
current dashboard.
Does it suppose to work the same way in Kibana 4 as well?

It does not work for me at all now and I'm wondering is that's something
that I can not figure out how to do or is it something that's not
implemented yet.

Thanks in advance,
Alex.

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I am new to Kibana 4 (having used Kibana 3 for a while), and do not see a
way to create a Visualization from multiple searches. It only ever lets me
select one in the "From a saved search". Am I missing something? I need to
graph from multiple searches on a single graph. Is this possible yet?

On Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 9:13:33 AM UTC-5, Drew Town wrote:

I believe it is not implemented yet (
https://github.com/elasticsearch/kibana/issues/1526). There are a number
of missing features that are scheduled on the roadmap plus a ton of bugs
still to be fixed. It really is a beta 1

https://github.com/elasticsearch/kibana/issues?q=is%3Aopen+is%3Aissue+label%3Aroadmap

On Tuesday, November 11, 2014 1:55:43 AM UTC-6, Alex wrote:

Dear Elasticsearch team,

could you possibly please clarify a question regarding "Kibana 4" vs
"Kibana 3" Dashboard feature.

In Kibana 3 Dashboard I was able to interact with widgets i.e drill-down
the data by clicking on basically any of the widgets to add more filters to
current dashboard.
Does it suppose to work the same way in Kibana 4 as well?

It does not work for me at all now and I'm wondering is that's something
that I can not figure out how to do or is it something that's not
implemented yet.

Thanks in advance,
Alex.

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Sorry, should have posted a new topic. Anyway, I created a broader search,
and then used sub-aggregation with various filters in the Visualization.
Not a very intuitive way of doing it, but I suppose it works okay.

On Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 5:25:01 PM UTC-4, Sean Kipling wrote:

I am new to Kibana 4 (having used Kibana 3 for a while), and do not see a
way to create a Visualization from multiple searches. It only ever lets me
select one in the "From a saved search". Am I missing something? I need to
graph from multiple searches on a single graph. Is this possible yet?

On Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 9:13:33 AM UTC-5, Drew Town wrote:

I believe it is not implemented yet (
https://github.com/elasticsearch/kibana/issues/1526). There are a
number of missing features that are scheduled on the roadmap plus a ton of
bugs still to be fixed. It really is a beta 1

https://github.com/elasticsearch/kibana/issues?q=is%3Aopen+is%3Aissue+label%3Aroadmap

On Tuesday, November 11, 2014 1:55:43 AM UTC-6, Alex wrote:

Dear Elasticsearch team,

could you possibly please clarify a question regarding "Kibana 4" vs
"Kibana 3" Dashboard feature.

In Kibana 3 Dashboard I was able to interact with widgets i.e drill-down
the data by clicking on basically any of the widgets to add more filters to
current dashboard.
Does it suppose to work the same way in Kibana 4 as well?

It does not work for me at all now and I'm wondering is that's something
that I can not figure out how to do or is it something that's not
implemented yet.

Thanks in advance,
Alex.

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