Configure the data widgets display with filters, charts and diagrams, and parameters. Change widget configurations at any time to view data differently.

  1. From My Dashboard, select Add Widget.
  2. Select the template type, Apps, Devices, or OS Updates.
  3. Select the template and Next.
  4. Select Filters to define the baseline data sets for the widget. Use the Add Filter option and other parameters to define the data you want to see on your dashboard.

  5. Select the Chart Type in the Data Visualization area.

    To preview visualizations, scroll down the user interface.

    • Horizontal and vertical bar charts compare the number of events that have occurred, such as the type of error that occurs the most in your system.

    • Doughnut or Pie charts compare the percentage of events that have occurred.

    • Metrics display one key value, such as the results of a query that returns only a single value and make that value stand out.

    • Tables show multiple data values in rows and columns for a comparison of report data.

  6. View or edit the titles of the widget in the Chart Title.
  7. Select and enter further parameters in the Measure, Key, Group, and Number of Groups fields to define how Workspace ONE Intelligence displays the data in My Dashboard.

    • Measure

      • Use the Count for the number of rows in a particular data set. The count is the simplest function for verifying results.
      • Use Min/Max to return the lowest and highest values in a particular data set. This option only works with numerical columns.
      • Use Average to calculate the average of a selected group of values. This option only works with numerical columns.
      • Key - Use this option to represent the data set you want aggregated by the Measure parameter. Device GUID is the default option because it best represents data when the Measure is equal to the Count.
    • by Group - Use this option to separate data into groups. My Dashboard allows two groupings per data set.
    • Accumulate - Enable this option to grow data from the initial visualization.
    • Cardinality - Use this option to reduce the results displayed. For example, use a value of 10 to show data for a top 10 list of the most installed applications.

      Date Range - Use this option to define the range the system collects data to create the visualization.

  8. Save your widget.

    If My Dashboard does not have information to display, it notifies you. However, you can change configurations to see if a different parameter, like Measure or Chart Type, enables the dashboard to display your widget.