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Global dashboards are available at the instance level, and can be = accessed through the menu on the left when you're in a global context (I.E.= not drilled into a project or other resource). One of the global dashboard= s is set as your home page. Whatever your context, you can always return to= your home page using the "Dashboards" link in the top left corne= r of the SonarQube interface.
Each box on this page is called a widget. Any widget can be added t= o a global dashboard. Thus, any kinds of information from a project or from= the SonarQube instance can be displayed at will.
This dashboard is fully editable by SonarQube administrators.
If you're logged in, you see an additional widget:
Any component (project, module, file, etc.) can be marked as a= favorite. Those that are will = show up here.
Default dashboards are only editable by SonarQube administrators, but ea= ch user can create private dashboards. For more on dashboard editing, see&n= bsp;customizing dashboards.
If you want to display SonarQube without top and left menu bars, for exa= mple in a public dashboard, ap= pend ?layout= =3Dfalse to the end of the= URL. Here how that looks on Nemo: http://nemo.sonarqube.org/?layout=3Dfalse