You can customize the default reports, such
as the Threat Summary Report, or create your own customized reports
using widgets. You can add or remove widgets based on your preferences,
and select the order in which they appear on the report. As reports
share the same infrastructure as the dashboard, please refer to
the following for more information on report functions:
Add a report title and description and then select
add a new report. A new blank report opens in editing mode.
Existing Report—Select and then
New Report based on an existing report—Click
create and open a duplicate of the selected report. A new report
based on an existing one opens in editing mode. If you do not provide
a new name for the report, AutoFocus creates a name by appending
the name on which the report is based with the word clone. For example,
Custom Report 1 Clone.
Edit Report description—Click on the report description to
edit the text. Press enter to save the change. You can exit without saving
changes by pressing Esc or clicking on a different element of the
You can only edit the description
for user-defined reports.
If you are not in editing mode, click the Page Editor
(2) to edit the report.
Edit the widgets and widget placement on the report.
Update the name of the report (1).
Edit the name of a widget (3).
Remove a widget.
Click X to remove a widget (4).
a widget frees up a slot on the dashboard where you can add a widget.
Add a new row of widgets.
Choose an area on the dashboard
where you would like to insert a new row of widgets, and click
(5). The newly added row includes two blank slots
for widgets by default.
Add a widget.
Find a blank widget slot, and click
(6). Then select a widget type.
Remove a row of widgets.
On the right side of the row
you want to remove, click
Change the number of widgets in a row.
(8) in the row to show up to 4 widgets.
on the widget configuration and visualization options used, you
might not be able to view the entire data set presented within a
widget. Adjust the widget size by changing the number of columns
per row and configuration options to best suit your report presentation
Save your changes to the report. When you are finished
making your changes, click the Page Editor (2).