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Dashboard and Reports

Dashboard and Reports

Dashboard and Reports

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Hey Everyone,

Newbie Question...

I am trying to setup a dashboard for a co worker to manage inventory.
I've noticed that the dashboard itself has a handful of reports which are useful but when comparing it to the actual reports it is much less.

Is there anyway to add new reports to the dashboard reports tab? For example in the reports section there is a report called Disk Drive Size, I would like to add it to the Dashboard but am not sure how to.

Thanks

RE: Dashboard and Reports

Go to the dashboard area.

New dasshobard.

Tell it how many areas you want.  either increase it or decrease it.

Click on each report and you will get a list of the available reports.

choose the one you want and save the dashboard.

Nice trick is to run the dashboard and copy the url into a favorites in his web browser.

 

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