Explore data in a modern, easy-to-use SQL editor. Ad hoc analysis is right at home.
Layer visualizations on top of SQL results in just a few clicks. Data always stays connected.
Curate charts and tables into interactive reports you can ship to any team at your company.
Reusable, SQL-based business logic you can count on. Definitions are saved SELECT statements that can be referenced in other queries.Learn more about Definitions >
Share dashboards people rely on every day, or curate charts and tables to answer a tough question. Either way, teams throughout your organization can access fresh data, any time. With query parameters, you can create data tools that enable business partners to modify results without SQL.
Share reports with anyone in your organization on a one-off or recurring basis using email or Slack. You can also embed reports into your internal wiki, Salesforce, or other tools.
Curate ad hoc analysis and dashboards into Spaces for teams and projects. Other organizational tools like Stars and Search help everyone quickly access and discover the data they need to make informed decisions.See how teams use Mode >
Everything you need to analyze and deliver data to every team.
Explore your connected database to find tables and columns.
Build business logic in one place to ensure consistency across your teams.
Layer simple forms on top of queries to provide non-technical users more flexibility.
Insert tables and definitions as you write your queries.
Access previous versions of queries and their results.
Create a central, searchable place for your company's analytical work.
Query results are available in the integrated Notebook for further exploration.
Send reports to anyone in your organization on a one-off or recurring basis.
Manage who can see and edit reports.
Take complete control of your reports and customize everything.
Integrate Mode with Slack to share reports instantly and simplify authentication.
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