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Most of the value in your data gets unlocked by exploring ad-hoc questions, testing your hypotheses, and experimenting. Supersimple makes this type of data exploration suuuuuper simple.

Every data exploration on Supersimple is a bit like a notebook that consists of blocks. There are many different types of blocks that you can add to any exploration.

Starting an exploration ๐ŸŒŒ

Every exploration normally begins from the Explore page. This is your data catalog, that shows you all the different bits of data that you have available.

From the Explore page, you can:

  1. Type in a question and ask our AI to put together an exploration

  2. Open an existing saved exploration

  3. Choose any of your data models as starting point

  4. Select one of the tools, such as Funnel or Retention charts

After choosing a starting point, you can always click New block anywhere in your exploration to add another block.

Block types

All of the different types of blocks can be added from the Explore page, as well as the New block menu.

Team collaboration

You can always share the exploration you're looking at with someone from your team just by copying the current page URL from your web browser.

The URL captures a single snapshot of your exploration, meaning you can safely continue exploring afterwards, without altering what your buddy (that you shared the link with) sees.

Saving explorations

You can save any exploration for your entire team via the sidebar. When you open up a saved exploration, you'll always get its most up-to-date version, including any updates that it gets in the future!

When saving a large number of explorations into your team's data catalog, you increase the odds of something becoming out of date over time. Consider saving the most important things, and using ad-hoc explorations or link-sharing for some others!

That's it! You're more than ready to dive into using Supersimple. Feel free to play around with the platform, and come back to our more detailed user guides when needed.

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