There are many different use cases for the custom dashboards, it will depend on the structure of your company and teams, your strategy and objectives, and your own preferences.
We’ve listed a few examples to help you get started:
Create a Dashboard to track the core metrics of your app.
When you have different teams looking at different metrics and tools, it’s hard to keep those teams aligned toward the same business goal. Having one tool that serves all teams to track the main KPIs will help you keep your team aligned, eliminate data silos, and create greater data visibility across the company.
See this example of a Dashboard with key product metrics →
Create Dashboards for each of your departments or teams
Each team has a unique focus and a granular set of metrics to inform their work. Having Dashboards dedicated to their goals to monitor the metrics relevant to their team will help them stay focused and understand how they deliver value and drive impact. However, the reality is that many metrics are not unique to a department, but the results affect and interest other areas of the company.
For this reason, a single place where you can access the metrics of each department is an excellent solution to socialize data and increase transparency.
See this example of a Dashboard to analyze the users' experience (UX team) →
Create Dashboards per product (or product sections/features)
You can track all the relevant metrics related to a certain part of your product and users’ experience. This will help you have a complete overview of all the different features in your app and how each of them individually contributes to the experience of your users. For instance, you can analyze users’ engagement, active users, users’ frustration, issues, bugs, and beyond.
You can also start with the report library to create key metrics with just a few clicks