Our most frequently asked questions
Yes! It's possible to query multiple databases and CSV files in the same canvas.
A report is a canvas that's being viewed like a presentation. This means the selected frames are presented like slides.
Reports are ideal if you have many viewers and few editors. Otherwise, canvases are great for things that are edited frequently or have many contributors.
Simple: Editors can edit the canvas (code, visuals, objects, etc.). Viewers can only add comments and edit control cells.
Projects are often used to group canvases based around a similar topic. For example, your projects may be named:
- Company Reports
- Taylor's Sandbox
When you join Count you'll have a free 2-week trial in which you can access all the features and have unlimited users and canvases.
We allow organizations with over 10 analysts who are on the Team or Enterprise plans to be invoiced annually (including a 10% discount)
Great question. That depends on the tools you have! But in general, you can use Count in combination with traditional BI tools, other whiteboarding tools, and even notebook tools.
The post below details a few ways in which Count is being used today in combination with other tools.
- 1.If you're a reader, then looking through the docs on this site is going to be a great way to learn how to use Count effectively.
- 2.If you're more visual, you can check out the tutorial videos on your workspace homepage.