What must the data source owner do to allow report editors to modify data fields?

–What must the data source owner do to allow report editors to modify data fields?– –Enable field editing in reports– –Use owner’s credentials– –Give edit access to the data source– –Prevent editors from changing access and adding new people–

What is the purpose of extracting data?

–What is the purpose of extracting data?– –Create robust data sources with over 100MB of data– –Maintain a live connection between your data set and data source– –Use connectors not available through Google or partners– –Use​ a subset of your original data for faster report performance–

What is the order in which data flows into Data Studio charts?

–What is the order in which data flows into Data Studio charts?– –Data set → data source → report → chart– –Data source → data set → report → chart– –Component → data source → report → chart– –Data set → report → data source → chart–

To share your report via a public link and allow all viewers to see chart data, which data source setting would you choose?

–To share your report via a public link and allow all viewers to see chart data, which data source setting would you choose?– –Invite user to view– –Invite user to edit– –Use​ owner’s credentials– –Use viewer’s credentials–

How can you use any Data Studio report as a template?

–How can you use any Data Studio report as a template?– –Copy the data source and select your data set(s)– –Use templates available on the Data Studio Home page– –Copy the report as new and select your data source(s)– –Ask the report owner to enable viewer’s credentials–