Home dashboard

The widgets available on the Home dashboard help you access Dynatrace Keynote services. A MyKeynote administrator can set up the Home dashboard with the specific widgets that are most useful.

  • The Home dashboard can be customized to include two or three columns.
  • Graphs and other content of the Home dashboard are updated every 15 minutes.
  • Widgets can be dragged and dropped.

Setting up the Home dashboard

The appearance and contents of the Home dashboard can be modified by a person with an administrator login.

Drag and drop

Change the location of information panels by selecting the title bar of each panel and dragging it to the desired location.

Switch column layout

Click the icon at the top right of the page to select a two-column or three-column layout for the Home dashboard.

Edit Home dashboard content

MyKeynote administrators can click the Customize button to select widgets for the Home dashboard.

Administrators can also rearrange the contents of the Home page by selecting the title bar of each panel and dragging it to the desired location.

Home dashboard contents

This section describes the widgets that can be added to the Home dashboard.

24 hour summary

This is a performance (response time) or availability graph of your measurements for the last 24 hours. Select from your available measurements and click generate graph now to update the graph.

Click Edit to choose the default measurements to be displayed in the Performance Summary.

Check the 24 Hour Performance Summary box to enable this widget when customizing the Home dashboard.

Alarm status

The Alarm Status section displays a list of Alarms that have been enabled.

You can mouse-over the measurement cells to see current alarm warning and critical settings for this measurement.

You can click the orange RSS icon to set up an RSS feed for Alarm Status.

 Combination graphs

The Combination graph combines selected saved graphs on a single page for quick viewing. See this help page for information about creating combination graphs.

Announcements

MyKeynote administrators can enter messages to be displayed to all MyKeynote users in your company. Check the Company Announcements box to enable this widget when customizing the Home dashboard.

To edit announcement text:

  1. Mouse over the title bar and click the Edit  button. If you are not logged in as an administrator, a new login screen will appear which you can use to log in as an administrator.
  2. Enter the text you want to be displayed. HTML tags can be entered in the text.
  3. Click Save to save the text and return to the Home dashboard.

Keynote announcements

This section displays messages from Dynatrace Keynote.

Keynote announcements on start page

Keynote announcements on start page

Measurement status (last day)

This section displays a list of measurements selected by the user, as well as a summary of those measurements’ performance in the past 24 hours.

Check the Measurement Status box to enable this widget when customizing the Home dashboard.

Measurement status panel

Measurement status panel

To modify the URL list:

  1. Mouse over the title bar to access the Edit button, which allows you to choose which measurements appear in this panel. The Edit Measurements page is displayed.
  2. To add new measurements, select the measurements in the Measurements Not Included list box, then click the forward transfer button.
  3. To delete existing measurements, select the measurements in the Measurements Included box, then click the back transfer button.

Posted graphs

This section provides access to graphs that you have previously generated and posted. Click the icon next to a posted graph’s name to view it.

Up to 20 posted and saved graphs can be displayed in this widget. This widget cannot be edited.

Reports

The Reports widgets lists all reports with at least one scheduled execution. From the drop-down list next to a report name, you can select the date for which you want to view the service level report; click the icon to view the corresponding report. 

The list in this widget might not match the list in the Reports Summary; if you have recently added a report that hasn’t yet had a run, it will not appear in the Home dashboard widget. Also note that expired reports with existing executions will appear in the Reports widget. When you completely delete an expired or current report from the Reports Summary, it no longer appears in the widget.

Every available scheduled execution is listed; on-demand executions are not listed in the Reports widget.

This widget cannot be edited.

User experience (last day)

This widget gives a summary of user experience time (Total User Experience time) for your measurements for the most recent complete day. Check the User Experience Summary box to enable this widget when customizing the Home dashboard.

The Total UX Time column shows average user experience time for all runs of a measurement over the most recent complete day. The Trend column shows the percentage increase/decrease in UX time over the previous day. An empty trend value for a measurement indicates that UX time data for the previous day is unavailable.

A maximum of five measurements that are currently running are listed for each of Real Browser Monitoring (TxP) and Mobile Web Monitoring (MWP). Measurements are chosen in the order of their creation. If you see fewer than five measurements of each type, it could mean that you only have measurements of one type, or that you have fewer than five measurements of a given type running currently.

This widget cannot be edited.

When you expand a measurement, you can see page-by-page listings for overall UX time, time to full screen, time to interactive, time to first paint, and percentage change over the last day.

Saved graphs

The Saved Graphs panel displays a list of previously saved graphs. Use it to view frequently consulted graphs. You can also use this section to edit or delete a saved graph.

Saved graphs

Saved graphs

When you save a graph, you are not actually saving the HTML and graph images, you are saving all the parameters used to create the graph. When you want to view the graph again, the parameters are recalled and used to recreate the graph.

You can set up an RSS feed for saved graphs. Mouse over the title bar to access the RSS button.