Redash 0.12 is packaged and ready for your upgrades! ๐ŸŽ‰ ๐ŸŽ‰ ๐ŸŽ‰ (actually it been packaged over a week ago, but I was slow with the blog post).

Most changes are available in the hosted version for some time now. Full change log can be found here.

32 contributors helped with this versionโ€Šโ€”โ€Šthatโ€™s a 77% rise since the last version! Giant kudos everyone, keep up the good work ๐Ÿ˜€


A brand new /help section is now available with articles about setting up Redash and making the most out of it. Itโ€™s still work in progress but already contains almost everything you need to know to enjoy Redash to the max.

As everything, the documentation is on GitHub but has a new location.

Notable Changes

Data Sources:

  • BigQuery: support for schema loading, UDF support and support for the new Standard SQL.
  • Presto: support for schema loading
  • Cassandra and ScyllaDB
  • JIRA (JQL)

Query Editor Improvements

  • Better and live autocomplete in query editor for data sources that support showing the schema. Also the rendering of large schemas was improved and we now support larger schemas than before.
  • Query Snippets


  • New visualizations: Sankey and Sunburst Sequence, as promised.
  • Improvements to map visualizations.
  • Control over y axis min/max values in charts.


  • UI to edit dashboard text box widget.
  • UI fixes & stability improvements.


  • Allow changing alert email subject.

Whatโ€™s Happening Next?

As promised, the next release is 1.0 and it focuses on paying our technical debt, which should result in easier extensibility, better performance and a smoother and generally improved upgrade process.


Youโ€™re welcome to share your thoughts here, on our discussion forum or Twitter.

The upcoming versions (after 1.0) will include more usability and looks improvements so your input is extra important at this point.