Explaining the information in the sidebar.
When looking at a resource, you can see several pieces of information in the side bar, here is a break down of each.
Image of the resource sidebar
Generally, properties refer to fields that can be set within Secoda.
Owners: A list of Users or User Groups that are owners of the resource both set in Secoda and synced from the source (if available). If the owner has been extracted from the source, it cannot be edited and will be greyed out.
Views: The number of views that resource has gotten over the last 90 days in Secoda.
Generally, metadata refers to fields that are extracted from the integration, and are uneditable in Secoda.
Created: The timestamp of when the resource was created from the Integration. For instance, the time at which the table was created in Snowflake.
Updated: The timestamp of last update of the resource from the Integration. For instance, when the Tableau dashboard was last edited in Tableau.
Type: The type of the resource as it's referred to in the Integration. For instance, an S Object from Salesforce.
Frequent Users: A combination of the top users of the resource, both synced from the Integration as well as from Secoda. The users from the integration are from the last 24 hours relative to the time of sync, while the users from Secoda are from the last 90 days.
Row Count: Unique to Snowflake tables, this field indicates the number of rows in that table.
Table Size: Unique to Snowflake tables, this field indicates the digital size of the table in megabytes.
Popularity: Synced from the integration only, the Popularity field refers the number of Queries run on the resource (if it's a table) or the number of Views received by the resource (if it's a dashboard) in the last 24 hours, relative to the time of the last sync. For instance, if a Snowflake sync happened 3 days ago, Popularity will show the number of queries run on that table in the period from 4 days ago to 3 days ago (24 hours before the time of the sync).