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Concepts and mechanisms described below apply for both global and projec= t dashboards.
Logged users can create as many dashboards as they need:
Click on Manage dashboards from a Global dashboard= and fill the form to create a new Global dashboard. Use the same link from= a Project dashboard to create a new Project dashboard:
The newly created dashboard appears immediately in the left navigation b= ar and and can be customized by adding widgets.
If you are granted the Share Dashboards And Filters permission, you have&nb=
sp;the ability to sh=
are your dashboards to other authenticated users. Just tick
The content of a dashboard can be fully customized.
To change the layout of a dashboard (e.g. three columns instead of two),= click on Configure widgets and then pick a layo= ut on the right hand side:
To add a widget, click on Configure widgets. The l=
ist of available widgets is shown at the top of the page. Click on
Some widgets can be customized. To change their properties, click on
To move a widget within a dashboard, click on Configure wid= gets, then drag & drop the widget:
To remove a widget, click on Configure widgets and= then click on Delete:
Click on Manage dashboards to manage availabl= e dashboards:
From there you can:
A System administrator can customize the list and the content of the def= ault dashboards. The default dashboards are the ones presented to unauthent= icated users as well as authenticated users that have not done any customiz= ation. This is done by logging in, going to Settings >&= nbsp;Default dashboards and then selecting default da= shboards to display and their order: