Our dashboard settings allows you to change preferences during usage of our application. See the screenshot below for an impression:

Form fields

You see the follow settings:

Sticky filters

When working in our dashboard panels, a lot of filtering can be done. On mobile devices, the screen can become quite cluttered. But even on smaller desktop viewports.

With this setting, we allow you to decide for yourselves if you want to have sticky filters or not. Sticky filters means the filter capabilities will stick to the top of your screen when scrolling.

Anonymize domains

We introduced this feature as we noticed that users wanted to share our tool, but didn't fancy sharing their customers/domains they are working on. As a result, we introduced the "Anonymize domains" setting. All domain references will be blurred out, so that they cannot be identified anymore when sharing your screen.

Users can enable and disable this feature at all times, making it very convenient to use.

Absolute pageviews/numbers

We typically round numbers across our application. For example, 1234 becomes 1.2k. However:

  • on mouseover, rounded numbers will then show the absolute numbers;
  • if you want to see absolute numbers at all times, you can enable this in your profile settings.

You can choose between strict and loose search modes which will have an effect in our dropdowns and domain listing dashboard search.

Strict search finds exact matches for the words you type. For example, typing 'rum' will only show domains where that exact word is a match, such as "rumvision.com"

Loose search is more flexible, searching for individual characters. This means you'll get more results, even if you don't type the whole word. For instance, typing 'rum' will also match a domain like "realusermonitoring.com".

Advanced mode

Advanced mode is introduced to reduce the information overload for our less technical users. When you are comfortable with additional data and insights, you can enable this settings (for free).

When advanced mode is disable, you'll see less buttons and options within our dashboards. A few examples:

No percentile picker

In the settings of a domain, the default percentile can be configured. That will then be the percentile that is being used within your account when navigating dashboards. You can still see data on other percentiles by viewing the percentiles chart in our technical dashboard.

No second daterange picker

When advanced mode is enabled you can customize two dateranges to compare with each other. However, when advanced mode is disable, you only get to see a single daterangepicker. This is convenient, as based on the timespan in this daterange, we automatically calculate the previous daterange up to the starting date of your selected daterange. This way, you always get a comparison of two dateranges spanning the same amount of days.

Any other improvment/regression numbers you'll be seeing in the dashboard is based on this comparison.

Map color

You can choose a set of colors that will be used for world maps and charts (typically pie charts). The difference is illustrated in the screenshot below:

If you think you need more flavours, you can add them yourselves.

Dashboard start

If you're typically around a specific panel within the dashboard data, you can let us know in your profile settings. That will then be the first panel we will redirect you to when navigating to a domain from the domain listing.