The dashboard is a collection of widgets and metric visualizations that are displayed together. Dashboard is the first screen you see when you log in, and it contains a collection of customizable widgets that you can create and arrange according to the data and reports that are most important to you. Dashboard provide a synopsis of key information and metrics through visualizations at a glance. The dashboards page provides a read-only view of all the widgets, such as the data ingested, number of cases created every day, and other widgets, which is indicated by the graph.
The dashboard includes a report on the amount of time saved, the return on investment, the integrations used, the data consumed, and the playbook executed. In addition to your default dashboard, you can also create custom dashboards and add widgets to your dashboards. The dashboards you create can be shared with other people within your organization.
- Provides multiple system dashboards.
- Provides customization of dashboards that allows the user to pick which data to display, and how to display it by adding widgets.
- Allows you to set up automatic emailing of dashboards and reports as an email attachment.
- Enables you to download reports for local evaluation and to share dashboards with others.
Dashboards in LogicHub can be divided into two categories:
System Dashboard: The system dashboard components depict the current system metrics that are derived from the MITRE data. To know more, see System Dashboards.
Custom Dashboard: The custom dashboard allows you to create your own dashboards to track work with a different set of widgets. To know more, see Custom Dashboard.
To access the Dashboard page, select Dashboard from the left navigation of the user interface. Additionally, you may access the dashboards list page by navigating to Dashboard page or My Library > Dashboards.
On the dashboard page, you can perform the following actions:
Switch to Dashboard
Choose a dashboard from the drop-down menu.
Search field allows you to find a dashboard from the already created ones.
Timezone enables you to change the timezone of the dashboard. The timezone setting is available only in the system dashboards. See System Dashboards.
Pinning dashboards allows you to organize and find them quickly for easy access, and unpinning them allows you to declutter and manage your dashboards.
Clone a dashboard
Clone a dashboard allows you to duplicate an existing dashboard and alter it.
Schedule report allows you to share a report to the intended recipients at a specific date and time.
Download as PDF
Download as PDF enables you to store an offline copy of your report on your local machine.
Import allows you to import a dashboard from your local system.
Create allows you to create a new dashboard.
Vertical three dots
(This option is only available for custom dashboards.)
Contains the following options:
To view the more options for a dashboard, go to My Library > Dashboard list page, and click on the ... three dots icon to perform the actions.
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