• 09 Mar 2023
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A Dashboard is a collection of user-configured dashlets, which are pieces of information or data. 

Users may create, configure, and share as many dashboards as they like. They may be organized by topic, project, or any other characteristic.

There are currently four types of dashlets that can be added to a dashboard:

  • Comments – users can leave a comment on the dashboard, which will be visible to anyone who has permission to view the dashboard. These are also useful for creating titles for sections of dashboards. Some markdown may be used in the comment text field.
  • Question Compare - compares the results of any two questions
  • Question Results - displays the results of any question
  • Timeview Results - shows the results of any question using a timeview display

You may also use dashboards:

  • as a workspace (private or collaborative) in which to gather and experiment with various data visualizations
  • to look at a side-by-side comparison of different segmentations of the same questions and data sets
  • to organize ideas into a compelling story
  • to share ideas and deliverables

After logging into the InsightStore™, dashboards can be accessed from the left navigation pane. 

To find a specific dashboard, click on the dropdown box and look through the list of dashboards to which you have access. Dashboards are listed numerically, then alphabetically.

Batch Filtering & Weighting

Just below the name of some dashboards, you'll see the Filter Dashboard settings. They allow you to apply filters and weighting schemes to all dashlets of a dashboard at once.

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