How to build your Dashboard

Dashboards feature helps you consolidate and arrange metrics on a single screen while providing you with a broad view of a variety of information at once.

In this article, we'll walk you through how to build a Dashboard (including adding panels and arranging Dashboard layout).

Open a dashboard from the menu (either Shared or Personal or any of custom dashboard)




Add Panels to Dashboard  

Panels are charts, graphs, grids and other reporting widgets that can be added to shared and personal dashboards.

Add Pre-built Panels

To add a panel to dashboard, click gear icon of the tab and select Add Panels.


  • In Add Panels window, there are many pre-built reports.
  • You can search for a panel and add it to your personal or shared dashboard.


Add Custom Built Panels

You can build a custom report, and create a new custom panel based on that report. Refer to the article Custom Reports on how to build a custom report.

Once the panel is added, it will be automatically grouped into its relevant Gallery. There are four Galleries representing four objects from which you're creating your custom reports: Requirements, Test Cases, Test Runs, Defects.

  • Select a Gallery to quickly find your panel
  • Click Add button to add your panel to the Dashboard
  • Click Delete from List button to remove the panel from Panels List


Arrange Dashboard Layout  

Panels are charts, graphs, grids and other reporting widgets that can added to shared and personal dashboards.

Drag and Drop Panels

You can customize the dashboard by rearranging (drag & drop) panels, by adding or removing them, and by renaming them.  


Group Panels in Tabs

Collections of panels can also be arranged in tabs within the dashboard. Click the gear icon to rename the tab, remove it from dashboard, or change the layout.



Change Layout

Select Change Layout from the configure options of the tab. In the tab layout popup, you can then chose how to layout the dashboard panels.

  • Free-form: your selected panels will be displayed overlapping each other, then you can freely drag & drop, resize the panels.
  • Pre-defined Layout: quickly choose a layout that fits your number of panels and they will be arranged accordingly. 


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