Custom Dashboards

Custom dashboards can be set up to show any combination of test results in a table view. Various filters can be applied to each dashboard to group results and present your data more meaningfully. This is useful when dealing with various testing scenarios. Each dashboard can then be used to set up automated reports by email or to download the data at any time for ad-hoc reporting to your various teams, network carriers, or management.

  • Note: It is not possible to edit the Default Dashboard.

Show/hide Data

Choose which data you want displayed on your dashboards by adding or removing data fields. Create custom layouts containing only relevant information.

How to show/hide data:

  1. Navigate to the Dashboard module of the platform (this can be found here in the left-hand navigation menu).
  2. Choose the dashboard you would like to edit from the drop-down menu (located top left of the screen).
  3. Click the Hamburger Icon   (located in the header of the first column on the left of the table).
  4. This will open the following menu. Simply check the box of the columns you wish to show/hide and click Apply.
  5. Your task is complete.
Results: Your selected columns will now be visible on the dashboard.


Rearrange Data Columns

Rearrange columns from left to right to show information in a more logical order.

How to rearrange data in a table:

  1. Click the Hamburger Icon   (located in the header of the first column on the left of the table).
  2. This will open the following menu. You can rearrange the order of columns by clicking the column heading and dragging it up or down in the list.
    Example: To move the ID column to the left of the State column in the menu, simply click and holdID,’ then drag it above ‘State’ and release. When you release the mouse button, you will see that the ID column is now set above the State column in the context menu.
  3. When the columns are set in the order you want, simply click Apply to re-load the dashboard.
  4. Your task is complete.
Results: Your selected columns will now be shown in the order you have set.


Set Table Limits

All dashboards have a table limit. This is the maximum number of results that can be returned per page in the table. The number of results a page can return can be custom set between 5 and  1000 using the limit functionality.

How to edit the table limit:

  1. Scroll to the bottom of the dashboard page.
  2. Use the drop-down menu provided to set the limit to 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, or 1000.
  3. Your task is complete.
Result:

The page will auto-refresh, and your results per page will now be increased or decreased depending on your selection. You can use the right-hand scroll bar to scroll up or down through your results.


Save Dashboard

Configure and save any dashboard as a custom dashboard that can be recalled at any time.

How to save a dashboard:

  1. Navigate to the Dashboard module of the platform  (this can be found here in the left-hand navigation menu).
  2. Choose the dashboard you want to configure from the drop-down menu (located top left of the screen).
  3. After you have configured your new dashboard click the Options button (located top right of the screen).
  4. In the options menu, select Save Dashboard.
  5. Give your new dashboard a name and click Save.
  6. Your task is complete.
Results: Your new dashboard is now saved and can be recalled from the dashboard drop-down menu in the dashboard section.

Load Dashboard

How to recall custom dashboards.

To load a dashboard, do the following:

  1. Navigate to the Dashboard module of the platform  (this can be found here in the left-hand navigation menu).
  2. Choose the dashboard you want to load from the drop-down menu (located top left of the screen).
  3. Your task is complete.
Results: You will receive an on-screen message confirming that your new dashboard is loading.

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