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Create a Dashboard

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Dashboards allow you to view more than one board and/or map at a time on a single page. This feature can be extremely helpful when you must frequently monitor several active and rapidly changing boards or maps.

Using the Dashboards Manager, you can create unique dashboards specific to your agency, your preferences, or the incident. The Dashboards Manager also gives you the freedom to edit or delete dashboards as circumstances and incident demands change.

To create a new dashboard
  1. In the Admin window, go to Process: Dashboards. The Dashboards page open.


  2. Click Create Dashboard. The Dashboards: Create Dashboard page opens.


  3. Enter a name for the dashboard.

  4. From the drop-down menu, select the number of boards or maps you want displayed in the new dashboard.

    Note: You can choose to view up to six boards in any given dashboard view.

  5. Select a layout that best reflects how you want to view the content within the new dashboard.

  6. To add boards or maps, click any of the blue add icons.

  7. In the Select Dashboard Item Type window, select either Board or Maps, depending on what item you want included in the dashboard, and then click Next.

  8. In the Select window, select the desired board or map from the list, and then click Next.

  9. If you selected a board, the Select View window opens. Select the view of the board you want included in the dashboard, and then click Next.

  10. Repeat steps 6 through 9 until all of the add icons become delete icons and the names of your selected boards and maps appear in the chosen panes.

    Tip: If you want to change a selection, click the delete icon. The blue add icon appears again and you can click it to select a new board or map.

  11. Click Save.

When a user opens up a dashboard that you created, they will be able to tell the tab opened is for a dashboard by a small icon that appears to the left of the dashboard's name in the tab.

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