When you’ve finished your workpad, you can share it outside of Kibana.
Create a JSON file of your workpad that you can export outside of Kibana.
To begin, click Share > Download as JSON.
Want to export multiple workpads? Go to the Canvas home page, select the workpads you want to export, then click Export.
Create a PDFedit
If you have a subscription that supports the reporting features, you can create a PDF copy of your workpad that you can save and share outside Kibana.
To begin, click Share > PDF reports > Generate PDF.
For more information, refer to Reporting from Kibana.
Create a POST URLedit
If you have a subscription that supports the reporting features, you can create a POST URL that you can use to automatically generate PDF reports using Watcher or a script.
To begin, click Share > PDF reports > Copy POST URL.
For more information, refer to Automating report generation.
Share the workpad on a websiteedit
[beta] This functionality is in beta and is subject to change. The design and code is less mature than official GA features and is being provided as-is with no warranties. Beta features are not subject to the support SLA of official GA features. Canvas allows you to create shareables, which are workpads that you download and securely share on any website. To customize the behavior of the workpad on your website, you can choose to autoplay the pages or hide the workpad toolbar.
- Click Share > Share on a website.
- Follow the Share on a website instructions.
To customize the workpad behavior to autoplay the pages or hide the toolbar, use the inline parameters.
To make sure that your data remains secure, the data in the JSON file is not connected to Kibana. Canvas does not display elements that manipulate the data on the workpad.
Shareable workpads encode the current state of the workpad in a JSON file. When you make changes to the workpad, the changes do not appear in the shareable workpad on your website.
- To change the settings, click the settings icon, then choose the settings you want to use.