Overview

You can Edit your dashboard layout, configure the Dashboard settings, but also Clone, Delete and Share your dashboards from either:

  • The main dashboards page, where the main top navigation bar offers the Share option, and the top right … menu the rest of the options.

  • The Manage Dashboards page. You can access Manage Dashboards from the top right menu.

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Manage dashboards

You’ll see a list of all your private dashboards and also the open dashboards (see Learn about Access Restrictions) with their name, owner (the creator), access permission (private or open), if it’s publicly shared, the creation and last update date.

The menu in the last column has the following actions:

  • Dashboard settings where you can edit your dashboard’s details.

  • Clone dashboard to create a new dashboard with the same settings.

  • Delete public link to eliminate the link to allow external access.

  • Delete to completely eliminate the dashboard.

Dashboard settings

Settings

Here you can edit the details of your dashboard: Name, description and access restriction.

Slideshow

In the slideshow settings you can:

  • Set the the default time for the slides to advance to the next one.

  • Add more slides to the slideshow.

  • Set the individual time for each slide to advance to the next one.

See Set Up a Slideshow for further information

High Priority

High priority gadgets are intended for those use cases where the default refresh rate of 3 minutes (15 minutes in case of Opsgenie) is not enough, like strict SLAs in premium support for example.

Dashboard creators can select up to 2 gadgets to increase the refresh rate to 1 minute i.e., the gadget information will be updated every single minute.

A frequent refresh rate may result in performance degradation. We recommend reading each service provider rate limit policy!

Opsgenie applies a rate limiting to the API and integration requests.

The selected gadgets display a high priority icon to indicate that their refresh rate is more frequent than the rest.

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