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Data is added and displayed on dashboards through the creation of widgets. A variety of widget types enable the display of individual metrics, aggregate values, trends, statuses, relational values, and more.
LogicMonitor offers the following widget types:
For instructions on adding widgets to a dashboard, see Adding and Configuring Widgets.
The type of widget you choose for a dashboard is determined by the type of information you are looking to display. In this support article, we’ve classified widgets according to several common objectives.
The recommended widgets for displaying status information are:
Displaying a single value, whether it is an individual metric or aggregate, can be best accomplished with the following widgets:
There are two primary ways to see how a datapoint is trending over time, the device instance or overview graph and the Custom Graph widget. Both support line, area, and stack graph types.
As with devices, website graphs can be added to a dashboard direct from the Websites page. You can also use the following widgets for websites:
Videos, wikis, internal web pages, or other secure websites can be embedded in your dashboard using.
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