Dashboards are a shared workspace to save and follow queries built through features tabs. As you explore your data, you can pin the results to a dashboard and share them with your team.
- Filtering charts on a dashboard: You can override the timeframes and filters for all charts on a dashboard. These are not saved when you refresh the dashboard or navigate away.
- Exploring charts on a dashboard: You can drill down on individual views directly from the dashboard. Click Explore in the lower right corner of a chart to open that view in the Explorer.
- Copying/sharing a dashboard: Click on the hamburger icon in the upper right corner of the Dashboard view to open the dashboard controls. You can send links to the dashboard, or set up a regular email report.
- 10 charts per dashboard: each Dashboard is collection of queries being run, so loading a dashboard with many charts will take longer than a dashboard with a few charts. Also, scrolling through many charts can be harder for the user.
- Chart title: Use descriptive chart titles that include the query timeframe to provide the best context for dashboard viewers, unless you anticipate that the time override filter will be used frequently.
- Relative time: use relative time for dashboards so that queries refresh as you continue to visit.
- Today: use
todayas your relative time endpoint instead of
nowfor more complete data. This is because
todaymeans 12AM of the current day (in other words, the closest previous 12AM), while
nowis the current time, and your data import process might not have caught up to the current minute.
- Saving your work: pinning queries to a dashboard are a way to save your work from one Interana session to the next.