Overview of premium features
Metabase’s Enterprise and Pro plans provide additional features that help organizations scale Metabase and deliver self-service internal or embedded analytics.
- If you’re on Metabase Cloud, your paid features will activate automatically.
- If you’re self-hosting, you’ll need to activate your license.
Paid plans include more ways to authenticate people and manage groups.
- Authenticating with SAML
- Authenticating with JWT
Paid plans include more ways to manage permissions, including data sandboxing, which brings row and column-level permissions to Metabase.
- Data sandboxes
- Block permissions
- SQL snippet folder permissions
- Application permissions
- Download permissions
- Connection impersonation
- Database management permissions
- Table metadata management permissions
People and group management
You can embed all of Metabase in your app.
Dashboard subscription and alert customization
Custom filter values
Send different groups of people the contents of a dashboard with different filters applied. You only need to maintain one dashboard, which you can use to send results relevant to each subscriber.
Restrict which domains people can send alerts and subscriptions to
As an additional security layer, you can whitelist domains, which restricts people from sending alerts and subscriptions to email addresses that don’t use an approved domain.
Suggest recipients on dashboard subscriptions and alerts
You can also control which recipients Metabase suggests when people create dashboard subscriptions and alert.
Content moderation tools
Tools for keeping your Metabase organized, so people can find your most important, verified items.
Advanced caching controls
All Metabase editions include global caching controls. Paid plans includes additional caching options that let you control caching for individual questions.
See how people are using your Metabase.
See which queries are failing to help keep your Metabase tidy.
You can export Metabase application data and use that to spin up new instances preloaded with questions, dashboards, and collections.
For self-hosted installations, you can load Metabase from a configuration file.