If a panel is adjustable, it displays a gear icon like this in its upper right-hand corner; click it to configure the panel's settings.
Adjustable panels can be renamed (changing their captions), rearranged on in the Dashboard or tab, or removed completely. If a panel has been created with parameters, you can adjust the parameter values or filter the data, affecting the panel content.
As shown in the example above, when the gear icon is clicked, a Settings pop-up menu appears. Its menu items vary depending on the Dashboard configuration, but "Add Panels" is a common item. Click this item to display the Add Panels pop-up panel:
The Add Panels pop-up panel, shown above, displays the collection of panels that are available for your use in the Dashboard. If the Dashboard has never been configured before, this panel is the first thing that appears when you view the Dashboard.
The list of available Dashboard panels may include a thumbnail image, a title, a creation timestamp, and a description. Click the (1) Add button to add the panel to the Dashboard or tab. After you add a panel, its Add button is replaced (2) with an "Added" label.
Dashboard panels can be configured by your developer for single or multiple instances, determining whether they can used multiple times or not. When configured for multiple instances, the same panel can appear more than once in a Dashboard or tab. If the Dashboard has been configured to allow multiple instances, then after a panel has been added, its Add button remains available and a count (3) of the number of instances already added is shown.
New for 14.2 Dashboard panels can also be configured by your developer to limit the number of panels. The Add Panels pop-up panel indicates whether or not your Dashboard is configured to restrict the number of panels:
Once you reach the maximum panel allowance, the 'Add' button will be grayed out, prohibiting you from adding more panels to the Dashboard:
To add a new Dashboard or Tab Visual, you must first remove existing panels/tabs that are exceeding the count, based on the limitation.