Flurry Custom Dashboards are a new way for anyone to conveniently view the product metrics they care about in one place. Create personal dashboards, or project dashboards, depending on what you would like to track more closely. Add Real-time Analytics, App Activity, and Event reports to a dashboard to access the metrics that matter most to your business.
Building Custom Dashboards in Flurry¶
Building a Custom Dashboard in Flurry is not only simple but it takes just a few seconds.
Saving a report is a three-step process. Click on the “Favorite” icon represented by a star near the top right of any Real-time Analytics, App Activity, and Event Details report. This will open a dropdown from which you can:
Name this new report
Select any exisiting Dashboard (as many as you like), or create a new dashboard.
Click “Add” at the bottom of the dropdown.
There are two ways to view a report you’ve added to an existing or new dashboard.
Once you’ve created a new report a popup will appear that will allow you to navigate to your custom dashboard:
The other option is to click on the Custom Dashboard star icon on Flurry’s main navigation bar on the far left side of our developer portal
Edit or Remove Reports¶
Flurry’s Custom Dashboards allow you to edit or remove reports on the fly.
By clicking on the report that you would like to edit you can change the following aspects of your report:
Name of the report
Chart type (line, bar, column, stacked column, area, stacked area)
Display Grain (minute, hourly, daily, weekly, monthly)
Date range (today, last 7 days, last 30 days, last 90 days, last year, last 2 years, all-time, custom)
To remove reports from a custom dashboard, click on the vertical 3-dots in the top right corner of the report you want to delete. A dropdown menu will appear, click on “Remove”.
To edit the name of an existing Custom Dashboard:
Click on the gear icon beside “My Dashboards”
Click on the pencil icon that appears to the right of your dashboard name
A popup will appear, once you’ve renamed your dashboard click on “Rename” to save.