Manage Plutora Test Dashboard

Plutora Test’s Dashboard (similar to Plutora’s Dashboard Manager) shows a snapshot of Test Plans, Requirements, Defects and more. The information is displayed inside panels (also known as widgets) which are located inside tabs.

Plutora Test Dashboard Sept 14 2017

To add a Dashboard panel:

  1. Click DashboardDashboard
  2. Click to select a tab.
  3. Click the cog wheel-shaped settings button Tab cog wheel on the tab.
  4. Click Add Panels.
    A pop up list of panels opens.
  5. Select one or more panels by clicking Add.
  6. Click Done.

To rename a Dashboard panel:

  1. Click DashboardDashboard
  2. Click the cog wheel-shaped settings button Tab cog wheel on a panel.
  3. Click Rename.
  4. Type the new name.
  5. Press the Return key on your keyboard.

Removing a Dashboard Panel does not delete it from Plutora Test.

To remove a Dashboard panel:

  1. Click DashboardDashboard
  2. Click the cog wheel-shaped settings button Tab cog wheel on a panel.
  3. Click Remove.
  4. Click OK.

To add a Dashboard tab:

  1. Click DashboardDashboard
  2. Click the Add Dashboard tab button.
    Add Dashboard Tab Button
  3. Select a panel to add to the new tab and click Add.
  4. Click Done.

To rename a Dashboard tab:

  1. Click DashboardDashboard
  2. Click to select the tab.
  3. Click the cog wheel-shaped settings button. Tab cog wheel
  4. Click Rename Tab.
  5. Type the new tab name.
  6. Press the Return key on your keyboard.

Clicking Reset will restore your dashboard tabs after removal.

To remove a Dashboard tab:

  1. Click DashboardDashboard
  2. Click to select the tab.
  3. Click the cog wheel-shaped settings button. Tab cog wheel
  4. Click Remove Tab.
  5. Click OK.

To change a dashboard tab layout:

  1. Click DashboardDashboard
  2. Click to select the tab.
  3. Click the cog wheel-shaped settings button. Tab cog wheel
  4. Click Change Layout.
  5. Select the number of columns from the drop-down menu or Free-form to arrange the panels manually.
  6. Select column widths by clicking a radio button.
  7. Click Done.

Administrators create dashboard layout templates for user roles using Dashboard Template Administration. Users can make changes to the original layout that only they can see.

To restore the original dashboard tab layout:

  1. Click DashboardDashboard
  2. Click Reset.

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