Dashboard settings are available under the Settings button that’s shown when the dashboard is in Edit Mode. You can enable the settings or disable them. Let’s check all the dashboard settings available:
Dashboard auto-fresh: This option, when enabled, lets you set a time window after which the dashboard would refresh automatically.
Filters menu open by default: When enabled, this option, would automatically open the filter menu.
Adaptive Filters: Adaptive filters are beneficial in cases where you wish to apply two filters. For example, you want to get data for users who are between 25-45 and female. Now you have applied the first filter for users between the age of 25-45. Now if you don’t have any female users between the age, the Female option won’t be shown when you search for a second filter on the basis of gender.
Public Raw Data Exports: This option lets your user export raw public data. If you disable this, they won’t be able to.
Export Email autofill: If this option is enabled, your users would only have to fill in their password when logging in, their email would be auto-filled.
Show raw data export history: When enabled, you can track the history of all your raw data export in the Exports section of the Dashboard.
Low Base Indicator: With a low base indicator, you can set a number that would be the threshold for the low base. Any widget with data being less than the low base would have an indicator when the low base indicator is enabled. You can also set the message that would be shown as the indicator.