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Assets panel

Add assets to your sheet or visualization using the assets panel.

Click Show assets in the lower left corner of a sheet to open the assets panel. You have to be in edit mode.

Assets panel with Fields selected

Assets panel with Fields selected.

All assets may not be available, depending on your Qlik Sense configuration.


Fields represent the data that is available in your app. Drag a field onto a sheet to create visualizations with chart suggestions. Drag a field onto a visualization to add the field to a visualization.

Additionally, right-click on fields to do the following:

Date and time

All date fields are marked with Date and time and can be expanded to use date and time attributes of the field. Date and time attributes are created automatically when you use the Data manager. If you used the data load script to load data, you need to create the date and time attributes using derived fields.

See: Date & time fields

Map data

All fields recognized as geopoints in map visualizations are marked with Map.

See: Loading your own map data

Master items

Create dimensions, measures and visualizations as master items that can be re-used in your app.



Drag charts onto your sheet to create visualizations.

See: Visualizations

Custom objects

Enhance your apps with custom-designed visualizations.

See: Creating a visualization using a custom object

App navigation links

Build on-demand apps using app navigation links. On-demand apps load a subset of the data that is loaded in aggregate form by a selection app.

See: Building an on-demand app

Dynamic views

Create dynamic views to query and view relevant subsets of large data sets in charts that can be dynamically refreshed as selections are made.

See: Managing data with dynamic views


Click Variables to open the variables dialog.

See: Variables dialog


Find assets using the search field. As you start to type in the search field, all items that have a name or a tag that contains the search string, are presented.

See: Searching in the assets panel

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