Embedding introduction

You can embed Metabase tables, charts, and dashboards—even Metabase’s query builder—in your website or application.

Signed embedding (also known as standalone embedding) and full-app embedding are secure ways to share your data with specific groups of people outside of your organization.

If you’d like to share your data with the good people of the internet, you can create a public link and embed that directly on your website.

How embedding works

You’ll need to put an iframe on your website to act as a window to your Metabase app. Different configurations of that embedded iframe will let you:

Comparison of embedding types

  Public Signed Full-app
Display charts and dashboards
Display interactive filter widgets
Restrict data with locked filters
Restrict data with sandboxes
Drill-down using the action menu
Self-serve via query builder

Further reading

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