- Working With Dashboards and Charts
- Working With Process Graphs
- Showing or Hiding the Menu
- Context Information
- Root Cause Analysis
- Sending Automation Ideas to UiPath Automation Hub
- Simulating Automation Potential
- Due Dates
- Triggering an automation from a process app
- Starting a Task Mining project from Process Mining
- Uploading Data
- Retrieving the Credentials for the Azure Blob Storage
- Loading Data Using DataUploader
- Optimizing an app
- Scheduling Data Runs
- Introduction to Dashboards
- Working With the Dashboard Editor
- Creating Dashboards
- Automation Manager
- Publishing Dashboards
Data Manager enables you to adapt the data used in your process app based on custom data understanding and to create new KPI's. With Data Manager you can edit data fields and add or edit metrics to change the display names used in your app as well as toggling their visibility.
Data Manager is integrated in the dashboard editor. See Working With the Dashboard Editor.
Opening Data Manager
Click on in the upper right corner of the dashboard editor to open Data Manager. The Data Manager panel is displayed, showing all data fields and metrics for each table available in your process app. See the illustration below for an example.
The button is a toggle button. If the Data Manager panel is displayed, click on to hide the Data Manager panel.
Only fields and metrics for which values are available are displayed.
Searching Available Fields and Metrics
To easily find a particular field or metric, you can search for available fields and metrics.
Follow this step to search for available fields and metrics.
See the illustration below for an example.
You can also type a part of the name or a word that is in the name of the field or metric.
Expanding or Collapsing the List of Fields and Metrics
Click on ..
expand all tables and display all the fields and metrics available.
collapse all tables and hide all the available fields and metrics.
expand the table and display the content.
collapse the table and hide the content.
Editing Table Names
Follow these steps to edit a table name.
- Locate the table you want to edit and click on .
- Edit the Table name as desired.
- Click on Save.
Showing or Hiding Empty Fields
The Show empty fields option enables you to show or hide fields for which your dataset does not contain any data.
By default, Show empty fields is not selected, which means that empty fields are hidden from the list.