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[block:api-header] { "title": "ABOUT THIS FEATURE" } [/block] The custom dashboard will let you configure widgets that enable you to display the most important metrics to you. ## Multiple dashboards You can create as many dashboards as you want. You can switch between them by using a selector at the top left of the page. You can decide what to put in each dashboard. For example you can create a dashboard that is monitoring a particular feature or services belonging to a team. Think about the key metric in your system and display it. ## Custom dashboard are shared All the dashboards created will be available for everyone invited to your infrastructure. [block:api-header] { "title": "HOW TO USE" } [/block] ## Creating dashboards Trace will propose you to create your first dashboard. Then, you can use the "Add new dashboard" button at the top of the page. Adding new widgets At any time, you can click the "edit dashboard" button at the top of the page. Then you can add, remove or edit as many widgets as you want with the "add widget" button. ## Configuring a widget After adding a widget, a small form lets you choose what to show. Example: ongoing incidents, uptime checks, service throughput and response time. Don't forget to explicitely save your changes with the "save" button. ## Moving and placing widgets You can reposition the widgets. After clicking "edit dashboard", click a widget header and drag it on the screen. [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/0ea5a34-custom-dashboard.png", "custom-dashboard.png", 1520, 1040, "#336e81" ] } ] } [/block]