Product updates

Added Copper data source

We’ve shipped a brand new Copper data source! If you’re using Copper to manage sales leads and grow customer relationships, you can now add data from your Copper account to your dashboard to keep track of created tasks and opportunities.

Log in to give it a spin.

Expanded our Amplitude data source to support more event properties

We’ve shipped some small but powerful improvements to our Amplitude data source; you can now make more useful visualisations by grouping events by the following properties:

  • City
  • Country
  • Device
  • Device type
  • DMA
  • Language
  • OS
  • Region
  • Platform
  • …and ‘none’.

You can also now visualise a broader range of data, rather than selecting a specific event, with newly-added support for ‘Any active event’ and ‘Any event’ event types.

Bannerbear integration

We’ve shipped a new integration with Bannerbear! Bannerbear allows you to auto-generate images using information from different sources, and now with our integration you can display these images on your dashboards to make them even more engaging.


From showcasing your latest customer, surfacing reviews of your product or even using its screenshot feature to display the weather forecast up on your TV dashboard, there’s a lot you can do. Learn more about what’s possible in our blog post or check our our documentation to get up to speed with how it works.

Support for Excel files in OneDrive Personal accounts

We’ve updated our Spreadsheets data source to support OneDrive Personal accounts. Now you can connect your Excel files to Geckoboard directly from your OneDrive Personal account. This builds on our existing support for OneDrive for Business.

Support for Excel files in SharePoint

If you have an Excel file in Microsoft SharePoint, you no longer need to create a share link to connect it to our Spreadsheet data source. Our integration with SharePoint allows you to connect directly to your SharePoint account. This builds on our existing support for OneDrive for Business, Dropbox and Google Drive.

Snowflake database data source

You can now build widgets that visualize raw data stored in a Snowflake database, with our new Snowflake database integration.


To try it out, select ‘Databases’ whilst logged in, and add your database credentials. For more information on how to use our Databases integration, check out our documentation.