How to Add Custom Emoji in Splunk Dashboard
Today we are going to make our dashboard a lot more attractive than ever only by using some colorful and meaningful emojis.
Let’s take a look at what we will do today; based on the status value we are adding some meaning full emojis to it without using any JS and CSS.
As we all know that Http Status code (200 – 299) is “Successful responses”, (300-399) is “Redirects” and more than 400 is some kind of “errors”.
Above condition, we are going to implement using some emojis.
Visit the below site to find your own required emoji. From there and copy it.
Now go to Splunk and build your query according to your requirement. With the eval command use the emojis whatever you have copied from that site.
index=_internal sourcetype=splunkd_ui_access |stats count by status |eval Response=case(status>199 AND status<300,"✅",status>299 AND status<400,"⚠️",status>399 AND status<500,"🚫",0=0,"❌")
Here, we took the data from the “_internal” index and “splunkd_ui_access” source type, then using “eval” command we created a field called “Response” which is constructed by the emojis.
I hope This easy but very useful tricks of Splunk which will help you to build your dashboard much more attractive.
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