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Magic Pixel comes with an extensive default dashboard helping you monitor, visualise and track specific data points across multiple areas. To have more customised monitoring over specific data points, you can always build your own custom dashboards.
To build a custom dashboard,
Step-1: Click on "Default Dashboard" on the top and select "New Dashboard"
Step 2: Now you can name your dashboard and add a suitable description as well
Step 3: After saving the details of your new dashboard, you can now start adding widgets that match your requirement and make your own views.
Step-4: Once you click on "Add Widget" you can now select the type of visualisation amongst "Line Charts", "Counters" & "Pie Charts" as per your need
- Line Charts: Line charts essentially visualise data over time. Here on Magic Pixel, you can select the type aggregation attribute you want to plot over a period of time. You can select an aggregation attribute from the pre-set list of "Browser", "Device Type", "Language" & "Tag Fire Status"
- Tags Fired Counter: Tags fired counter is the widget that tracks & counts the number of tags that are fired over a period of time. You can use this widget to monitor various applications that involve counting tag fires.
- Pie Chart: A pie chart plots and helps in easy monitoring of a particular data set amongst the whole data set. You can select an aggregation attribute from the pre-set list of "Browser", "Device Type", "Language" & "Tag Fire Status" to visualise that particular aggregated data over the whole.
Every widget type has its own application and comes with its own filter conditions and necessary aggregation attributes. You can set aggregation attributes like: "Browser", "Device Type", "Language" & "Tag Fire Status".
Step 5: Once a widget is chosen and the necessary aggregation attributes are set, now filter conditions for these widgets can be set. Filters help in fetching data under desired specific conditions into the chosen widgets.
You can set filters to fetch specific data across: "Tag Type", "Page Name", "Provider", "Device Type", "Browser", "Language", "Domain" and "Status of the Tag"
Step 6: Lastly, you can give a name and description to your custom widget. This appears on your dashboard helps you set the context of the widget in use.
This is how you create your custom dashboard on Magic Pixel.
Making a custom dashboard as a default dashboard
Once you create a custom dashboard, you can make it your default dashboard by clicking on the dashboard dropdown on the top, and selecting the option "Make Default". Now every time you log in, this dashboard will be your custom dashboard.
Sharing a dashboard
A dashboard that you have built can also be shared with other users by selecting the "Share Dashboard" option from the dashboard drop-down. Here you can add the email ID of the user you wish to share it with and they will receive email notifications of the same, redirecting them to your dashboard.