Sign up for a developer account and get access to the Query Layer console. From here you can setup your data sources, and start managing queries.
The first thing you'll want to do is connect a data source. You can open the Data Sources management page by clicking the "Data Sources" button on the top navigation bar:
We recommend using a user with read-only permissions, if possible.
Once you've connected a data source, its time to describe how that data source should be accessed. Policies in Query Layer are managed and applied to data sources and projects by Data Owners to restrict access to data. click on "Policies" in the navigation bar, and then choose "New Policy".
It's time to write a query: click on "Create" in the navigation bar, and then choose "Query". See the “Queries” page for detailed instructions on how to write queries.
QueryLayer is better together.
Admins, to start enjoying the collaborative nature of QueryLayer you'll want to invite your team!
Users can view team member's queries for inspiration (or debugging 😉), fork them to create similar queries of their own.
Users can only be invited by admins - to invite a new user go to
Users and hit
Then, fill in their name and email. They'll get an invite via email and be required to set up a QueryLayer account.
To add a user to an existing group, go to
Groups, select the group and add users by typing their name:
Updated 22 days ago