This page collects resources for getting you unstuck.
Problems, their causes, how to detect them, and how to fix them.
Metabase will log errors, both on the server and in the browser console, depending on where the error occurs, which can help you track down an issue. Administrators will have access to the server logs, and everyone with a browser can open the developer tools to see the console logs.
Accessing the Metabase server logs: You can look for the logs that Metabase leaves on the server’s file system (or wherever else you collect logs). If you’re logged into Metabase with an Admin account, you can also access the logs by clicking on the gears icon in the bottom of the navigation sidebar, selecting Admin settings > Troubleshooting tab, then viewing the Logs tab. Check out How to read the server logs.
For tutorials that walk you through how to use Metabase features, check out Learn Metabase.
To see if someone else has run into a similar issue, check out our forum on Discourse.
Metabase adds new features and squashes bugs with each release. Upgrading to the latest and greatest may resolve your issue. If you’re using Metabase Cloud, we’ll handle the upgrades for you. You can checkout the release notes to see what’s new.