Flurry dashboards help you see the metrics that matter most to you in one convenient location. They are also a great way to entire teams on the key metrics of your business.
The Flurry Classic dashboard is the first screen you see when you log into the Flurry portal. This dashboard aggregates various metrics like Sessions and Active Users over time, in addition to Crashes, Session Frequency and New Users by geography. If these are the metrics that matter most to you and your team, then you’re set. If you care more about other metrics in Flurry, it is quick and easy to customize your own dashboard using the following approach.
With Custom Dashboards, you can arrange the metrics you review most frequently into special categories or create views displaying standard sets of metrics for each of your apps.
Access the "Create Dashboard" link underneath the Dashboards navigation item on the Applications tab. There you will find a number of pre-configured templates that Flurry has put together. Leverage one of these or create your own fully customized dashboard.
Each dashboard is made up of one or more dashboard widgets. These widgets can be either full-width or half-width and can be placed in any order you wish. Arranging the widgets is made easy with drag-and-drop, so you can experiment and find the arrangement that is best for you. While configuring a widget, you can include information from the Usage, Audience, Events and Technical sections of Flurry Analytics.
If you so choose, you can include more than one metric into a widget. Once you save and view the dashboard, a widget containing more than one metric will display a dropdown menu, allowing you to switch between the metrics you selected. A maximum of 5 metrics per widget is supported.
Individual users, regardless of their access level in Flurry Analytics, can create custom dashboards for their own private use. In the case that you want all users within your company to review the same KPIs, any user with administrative rights can configure dashboards that appear in the Dashboards navigation menu for all users across the company. Once the total number of dashboards for any user reaches 10, that user will not be able to create any more dashboards.
Dashboards that contain information specific to a project, such as Events, are automatically marked as being App-Specific. What this means is that those dashboards will only appear when viewing the related app within Flurry Analytics. You can also set a dashboard to be App-Specific if you want that dashboard to appear only for a given app.