Anomaly Detection
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Create New Dashboard
You can maintain multiple dashboards in your Cloud Management Platform to visualize metrics, manage licenses, and access important data for your organization.
In order to create a new dashboard, go to the right-hand side of the page and click 'Add Dashboard'.
A screenshot showing the Add Dashboard modal dialog
Create the 'New Dashboard' and choose a name, for example, 'AWS', 'Google Cloud', 'Finance', 'Ops', or anything else that suits your use case.
Every dashboard can be 'Private', or 'Public'.
    Private - only you can view the dashboard
    Public - any user in your organization can access this dashboard
When creating a new public dashboard, choose whether or not to grant other users permission to edit the dashboard by switching on the 'Enable others to edit' toggle.
A screenshot showing the details of the Add Dashboard modal dialog
Once a dashboard has been created, adding widgets is the next step in the dashboard customization process. Go to the bottom right-hand corner and click 'Add Widgets'.
A screenshot showing the location of the Add Widgets icon
Select widgets from the Widgets Library you'd like to add to your dashboard.
A screenshot of the Widgets Library menu
In the following example, I created a customized dashboard named "Cloud FinOps".
A screenshot showing a customized FinOps dashboard
Considering that a user can have multiple dashboards which can be either 'Private' and 'Public', notice the globe icon next to a dashboard title; the globe icon represents a 'Public' dashboard. There are a few dependencies for recognizing a dashboard as Private or Public :
    Globe icon + 'Customize' button disabled + 'Add Widgets' button doesn't appear - public, non-editable dashboard
    Lock icon - your own private dashboard
    Dashboard title text is highlighted blue - currently viewing dashboard
For more info on accessing a Public Dashboard, go here.
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