Create a Dashboard

A Dashboard is an element of a graphical user interface (GUI) that displays information of different widgets to a single place or provides a specific way for a user to interact with DNIF. It allows users to build a customized view that is relevant to them, data is added and displayed on the dashboard through the widgets.

How to add Widgets to Dashboard?

  • Click Dashboards icon on the left navigation bar, it will display the list of existing Dashboard visualizations.

Dashboard List


The Dashboard List screen displays the following fields:

Field Name  Description
Dashboard Name Displays the list of saved dashboards, click this dashboard name to view the particular Dashboard.
Author Displays the name of the user who created this Dashboard visualization.
image.png Used to delete the specific Dashboard visualization

Dashboard allows you to add and arrange multiple widgets to analyze up-to-date information so they can make smarter, data-driven decisions. Dashboards help you to Improve data discovery and helps to identify the true impact of data.

  • Go to Dashboard, Click plus sign. The lists of all saved workbooks are displayed.
  • The blue circle next to the Workbook name indicates the count of Visualization Graphs available in the Workbook.
  • The bullet list icon image.png next to the workbook indicates that there are no visualization blocks added to the workbook. For these workbooks, you can directly render the query result as a dashboard widget .


  • Select the workbooks to be rendered as a dashboard widget.

  • Displayed below is a dashboard view after rendering multiple workbooks.


The following icons are displayed on every individual widget on the dashboard.

Icons Description
image.png Use this icon to open a particular workbook
image.png Use this icon to refresh the widget 
image.png Use this icon to remove the widget from dashboard. This icon will be displayed only in edit mode.
Introduced in v9.1.1
 UNET sync is a process that is running on core and it automatically syncs your dashbaord every 30 minutes.