In New Relic One, there are several ways to group and connect dashboards together. One way to do that is to create dashboards that have multiple pages. This document explains:
- Reasons to add pages to a dashboard
- How to add and edit pages
Why add pages to dashboards?
In New Relic One, dashboards can be thought of as containing one or more pages. When you create a new dashboard, it starts out as a single-page dashboard. When you add more pages to that dashboard, you can access these pages using the tabs at the top of the dashboard UI.
You can use this feature to group together related dashboard views. This is valuable for aggregating a lot of data and charts related to a specific project, team, or subject.
For example, a mobile app team might build a dashboard focused on app performance by country. The first dashboard page might be an overview of performance across all countries, with other pages focused on specific countries.
Other related dashboard-connecting features include:
- Create widgets containing markdown text to add direct links to specific UI pages or dashboards.
- To create links that automatically link to and filter other dashboards, use facet filtering.
- Use the dashboard search to find similarly named dashboards. To take advantage of this, you can add team- or project-specific words/phrases to dashboard names.
Add and edit pages to a dashboard
To add a page to a New Relic One dashboard, or edit pages:
- From a new or existing dashboard, enter edit mode by selecting the [pencil icon] icon.
- There are two ways you can add a new page:
- To add a blank page, select Add a page.
- To clone an existing page, click the dropdown next to a dashboard name, and select Duplicate.
- While in edit mode, you can add widgets to the new page, drag and drop page tabs to new locations, and do other dashboard editing tasks.
- When finished, select Done editing.