Finding Dashboards and Dashboard Groups

Last updated on 23 November, 2022

You can use the Dashboards tree to perform a search for a dashboard or add a dashboard to your favorites.

Dashboard Tree Structure

On the left side of the page there’s a dashboard tree that you can search or browse for dashboards you want to view and is organized into the following tabs:

TabDescription
FavoritesYour most important or commonly used dashboards that you’ve favorited
PublicDashboards available to your whole organization
PrivateDashboards available to you and select individuals at your organization that the dashboard was shared with

The tree structure is as follows:

  • Dashboard groups are always listed before dashboards.
  • All dashboards in a given group are provided with infinite scroll.
  • Dashboard groups can be nested and expanded to view their contents.
  • If the items in an inner dashboard group are too numerous to be shown, the parent can be focused and the full contents will be available via infinite scroll.
  • Items are alphabetically sorted, ignoring case.

Searching for a Dashboard or Dashboard Group

  1. Navigate to the Dashboards page.
  2. In the Filter Tree field, enter the name of the dashboard in fragments or multiple ordered fragments.
  3. Select the dashboard from the search results list.
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Note: When you search for a dashboard it doesn’t change the dashboard tree unless you click the eye (focus) icon.

Browsing for a Dashboard or Dashboard Group

  1. Navigate to the Dashboards page.
  2. Use the Dashboards tree to browse for your dashboard.
  3. Select the dashboard from the dashboards list. For more information, see Dashboard Tree Structure.
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Adding a Dashboard or Dashboard Group to Favorites

  1. Navigate to the Dashboards page, and perform a search or browse for a dashboard.
  2. Select the Favorite (heart) icon in the top right corner of the dashboard.
    The dashboard displays in the Favorites tab.
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  3. To remove the dashboard from your Favorites, select the Favorite (heart) icon again.
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