There are a number of reasons why a data source might not refresh or take longer than expected to refresh. For example:
- For a data source to refresh you need to be active on the dashboard. This ensures that those using the dashboard are able to see the most up-to-date data.
- A data source is sent to a global queue. The refresh time is dependent on how many other data sources are in the queue.
- The number of data sources and instances in your account being refreshed simultaneously also has an impact on refresh time.
Note that the minimum refresh interval for any type of data source is one minute.
To understand the complete refresh process see Managing your data sources.
If a data source is not refreshing, view the Refresh Log for any related error messages.
For more information on handling data source refresh failures see Viewing data source Refresh Info and Error Log.
Refreshing your data in real-time
If you want to refresh your data in real-time, you can use the Klipfolio API to push data to the dashboard.
For more information on using the Klipfolio API see Klipfolio API Reference Guide.
Sharing your dashboard via published links
To ensure users are seeing current data, consider using published links to share a dashboard. These links are automatically refreshed as the data is refreshed and can be protected by a password if required.
For more information on published links see How do I share my dashboards using published links?.