You can build your own visualizations and add them to a dashboard. This gives you great flexibility around what you display on dashboards, from a company logo to custom queries from any data source.
This visualization shows the number of people in each city who are viewing New Relic within an organization. The visualization was created using the New Relic One CLI and Treemap from the Recharts library.
If you have full user permissions, which include the Nerdpack manager role, you can add a visualization to a dashboard as described in the following section. The process for creating a visualization is covered in the guide, Build a custom visualization for dashboards.
You can add a visualization to a new or existing dashboard.
- From New Relic, in the top right, click the Apps button, and then on the Apps page, click Custom Visualizations. Hint: if you don't see the Custom Visualizations tile, use the search to locate it.
- In Custom Visualizations, select the visualization you want to add to a dashboard and then enable it.
- If there are configuration options, fill those in. The visualization will update with your changes.
- Click Add to dashboard and then select a dashboard from the list of available dashboards, or select New dashboard. If you decide to create a new dashboard, select the account where you want to run the dashboard, and give the dashboard a name.
- Click Add to dashboard, then click the link to your dashboard to see the custom visualization.
Deleting: To remove a visualization from a dashboard, click the ellipses button in the right-hand corner of the visualization and click Delete.
Editing: To edit a visualization from a dashboard, click the ellipses button in the right-hand corner of the visualization and click Edit.
If you need more help, check out these support and learning resources:
- Browse the Explorers Hub to get help from the community and join in discussions.
- Find answers on our sites and learn how to use our support portal.
- Run New Relic Diagnostics, our troubleshooting tool for Linux, Windows, and macOS.
- Review New Relic's data security and licenses documentation.