The Custom Dashboard allows you to build your own customized dashboards from inside the AppsFlyer dashboard. You can easily select, name and position the items that you want to view and have that data in your own customized report. Using this feature, you can create as many dashboards as you want to suit your needs.
Creating Your Dashboard
From the left-side toolbar of the dashboard under the Labs section, select Custom Dashboard.
Enter the name of your new dashboard in the Title field.
In the next window click at the bottom of the screen.
The New Widget window opens.
- Provide a title for the new widget.
- Enter a description of the widget - this appears in the dashboard.
- Click the type of widget you want. The options are:
- Pie Chart
- Bar Chart
- Line Chart
- Data Table
- Geo Map
- Funnel Chart
- Add the apps to be included in the widget.
- Add the KPIs you want to be measured.
- Select how you want the data to be grouped.
- Click Add.
In the Custom Dashboard window, your new dashboard appears in the dropdown list of existing dashboards you have previously created. Click on the name of the dashboard you want to view.
From the drop-down list, click to either duplicate, edit or delete your dashboard.
The selected Custom Dashboard window opens:
Customizing, Personalizing and Editing Widgets
If the widget isn't the right size for you, you can resize it by dragging the corner of the widget. Additionally, if you want to change the order and position of the widgets, simply using drag and drop, you can re-position the widgets to create your ideal dashboard.
As you hover over each widget with your mouse, an arrow symbol appears and you can select what you want to do with that widget. You can edit, duplicate or delete a widget.
Select Edit, to open the Edit Widget window:
NOTE: If all the apps appearing in the custom dashboard have the same localization settings (currency and time zone), the custom dashboard displays the data accordingly. If currency and time zone have not been set, data is presented according to the default localization settings - USD (currency) and UTC (time zone).