5.3.2 Programmable Alerts
7.3 Data Management and Data Model Handling
7.3.4 Working with Data Model
7.4 Control Center
7.4.1 License Entitlements
7.5 Platform Settings
Dashboard Creation > Dashboard Settings
Click on the Dashboard settings button to configure the dashboard settings.
Your screen will look like the one below.
The dashboard settings page enables you to:
The general settings of the dashboard include certain general options.
The general options include the basic dashboard settings such as:
Adjust dashboard time settings when you want to change the dashboard timezone, and the local browser time, and specify auto-refresh time intervals.
The panel options allow you to control the graph tooltip and hover highlight behavior across different panels.
There are three types of options for this, which include the following:
The query editor UI changes based on the data source you select. Refer to the Query section for more details on how to construct a query.
Selection impacts graph visualization
💡Note: The variable type you select impacts which fields you populate on the page.
Dashboard links enable you to place links to other dashboards and websites directly below the dashboard header. Links provide easy navigation to related dashboards and content.
A dashboard is stored as a JSON object containing the metadata of its dashboard, like properties, panel details, queries, and more. To see this JSON model, go to the Dashboard settings page and click on JSON Model.
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