1. What is the primary purpose of using the app view in Looker Studio? (multiple choice) a. To create white-labeled applications b. To add additional navigation options c. To enable scrolling within the report d. To edit the report as an editor
Correct answer: a
2. Which of the following is NOT a limitation of the app view in Looker Studio? (multiple choice) a. No scrolling within the app view b. Navigation is not loaded by default c. No support for embedding within iframes d. The Looker Studio header is removed
Correct answer: c
3. What is the proper way to switch from the app view to the regular report view? (fill-in-the-blank) Remove the "__" at the end of the report URL.
Correct answer: /app
4. True or False: Embedding the report within another page is a workaround for enabling scrolling in the app view. True
5. True or False: The app view automatically includes internal navigation. False
6. In the app view, can knowledgeable users still navigate between pages using keyboard arrow keys? (multiple choice) a. Yes, but it's not immediately evident b. No, they cannot navigate at all c. Yes, but only when using a custom domain d. No, unless they switch back to the regular report view
Correct answer: a
7. You created a Looker Studio application in the app view and want to include internal navigation. What should you do? (multiple choice) a. Add "/app" at the end of the URL b. Include internal navigation deliberately within the app view c. Embed the report within another page d. Switch to the regular report view
Correct answer: b
8. What happens if you add "/app" at the end of the report URL? (fill-in-the-blank) The report switches to the "__."
Correct answer: app view
9. True or False: The app view can be used for creating mini tools for forecasting and lead magnets in sales conversations. True
10. Your company wants to create a white-labeled calculator using Looker Studio to share with clients during sales calls. Describe how you would use the app view and any necessary workarounds to achieve this goal. (open-ended)
Example correct answer:
To create a white-labeled calculator using Looker Studio, I would first design the calculator within Looker Studio using the app view feature. This would remove the Looker Studio interface, navigation, and header, making it difficult for clients to identify that the application is built upon Looker Studio. I would deliberately include internal navigation within the app view to ensure that users can navigate between different sections of the calculator.