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Your dashboard is the main display you see when you log in to Jira. You can create multiple dashboards from different projects, or multiple dashboards for one massive overview of all the work you're involved with.
You can create a personal dashboard and add gadgets to keep track of assignments and issues you're working on. Dashboards are designed to display gadgets that help you organize your projects, assignments, and achievements in different charts.
To see all your dashboards: Choose the Jira icon ( or ) > Dashboards.
About the default dashboard
The gadgets on the default dashboard can be reordered and switched between the left and right columns. Additional gadgets can also be added, while some gadgets can be configured. The layout of the dashboard (like the number of columns) can also be configured.
All changes made to the default dashboard will also change the dashboards of all users currently using the default dashboard. However, gadgets that users don't have permissions to see won't be shown to them. For example, the Administration gadget—though it exists in the default dashboard configuration—is only visible to admins.
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