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Personalizing Dashboard Views: How to Show What Matters and Hide What Doesn’t

By Jen Senwoo
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Imagine visiting your favorite website and seeing every piece of information within it, all at once. Finding what you need would be impossible—and you may see some things you’re not supposed to see.

Analytic reports run the same risk. To be effective and secure, dashboards need to provide a curated view based on user roles and security rights. Personalizing views means users aren’t overloaded with data they don’t want to—or shouldn’t—see.

So how can you hide page content from specific users through show modes, conditions and security rights? Logi application support engineer Nicholas Knapp explains in our latest best practice video.

Want to learn other best practices? Let us know what topics you’d like to hear about. And if you are interested in learning Logi product tips and tricks, check out other videos in our best practices series playlist.


Originally published July 12, 2016; updated on August 10th, 2017

About the Author

Jen Senwoo is the Director of Marketing Demand Generation at Logi Analytics, where she is responsible for developing content as well as creating and measuring integrated marketing/sales campaigns to support lead generation and opportunity goals for the organization. She has previously held marketing positions at American University, BroadSoft, and Chevy Chase Bank. Jen holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Robert H Smith School of Business at University of Maryland College Park.