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Dashboard Overview

Information about different types of dashboards and how to create, import, share, and delete a dashboard.
The dashboard consists of visualized data powered by fully customizable widgets, which enables you to analyze data from inside or outside Cortex XSOAR, in different formats such as graphs, pie charts, or text from information. For more information about widgets, see Widgets Overview.
When you first install Cortex XSOAR, the following dashboard tabs are created:
  • Incidents
    : information relating to incidents, such as severity type, active incidents, unassigned incidents and so on.
  • System Health
    : information relating to the Cortex XSOAR Server.
  • My Dashboard
    : a personalized dashboard relating to your incidents, tasks, and so on.
  • SLA
    : information relating to your Service Level Agreement.
You can change the order of the dashboards in the dashboard tab by clicking next to the relevant dashboard, and then drag and drop the dashboard into the required location.
In every dashboard, you can set the date range from which to return data and the refresh rate. In the
tab, you can do the following:
If you want to set up dashboards as a default for all existing and future users, see Configure a Default Dashboard.

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