1. Creating a Dashboard: Overview
To create a Dashboard you’ll use the same starting point as you did for Reports, the Create button. But this time select Dashboard .
Give your dashboard a name and click Create.
Provided this is your first dashboard, you’ll be presented with an empty canvas to build your personalized dashboard:
 New Tile - Add a new tile to your dashboard.
 Reports - Add a previously created custom report to your dashboard.
 Text - Give your tile a title, subtitle, and any text that you may want to be displayed on it. You can also use this option to create distinct sections within your dashboard or to add annotations to the dashboard.
 Filters - Give your dashboard a filter or edit an existing filter.
 Settings - Give your dashboard a name, description, its default timezone and choose whether to run on load, and if it is automatically refreshed.
 Done Editing - Click to set and save your dashboard.
Note: New Tile  and Text  are used for dashboard tiles, all other buttons are for editing dashboards which we’ll run through later.
2. Creating a Dashboard with a Custom Report as your starting point
Once you have your reports set, you can start to use them to create your own custom dashboards. You can create your own tiles running your preferred queries (a combination of filters with the dimensions and measures), that you created in your report and arrange them on your custom dashboard.
How? Click Reports  and you’ll be presented with a dialog from where you can choose the Report that you want to add as a tile to your dashboard.
Click + Add in front of the name of the report and finish this action by clicking Update Dashboard on the bottom.
Your dashboard will automatically be populated with the report you’ve just picked from the list.
3. Creating a Dashboard - with a Dataset as your starting point
This flow will allow you to create a report that you can then add to the dashboard as tiles. Start by clicking New Tile .
Next you need to choose your Dataset. In this example we’ll choose Ring Groups (Queues) Analysis  and the list of associated Dimensions and Measures will be displayed. From there we will choose the dimension Ring Group Name  and the measure Service Level .
Note: This process is similar to creating a custom report.
4. General actions
The settings icon works as in the Default Dashboards. You can download your dashboard as a PDF, you can send the dashboard directly to your e-mail (or to other recipients) and you can also add a schedule your dashboards.
Similar to what happens when you navigate between default reports and dashboards you can use the navigation dropdown menu on the top right to have quick access to other analytics without having the need to return to the Landing Page.
On the landing page, the “My Dashboards” section will store all the dashboards you create and save. You can use the Schedule only toggle to identify which of those dashboards you’ve created and that also have a schedule set by you. The search field allows you to retrieve quicker by name the dashboards you’ve created.