Athique Ahmed

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  1. Hi Gents, Thanks for the responses. @Mike Moniz I see what you are saying. I currently have several different metrics I'm tracking like this using big number widgets and graphs etc and this works fine as these are basically single measures. I guess in this case I have a need for multiple measures to be tracked at once and displayed in a way that the other widgets currently do not support. Thanks for the tips! @Mike Suding This is exactly the thing I'm looking for except for me it would be really basic...2 columns and possibly several rows at most so more than adequate! If you do
  2. Hi, LogicMonitor beginner here! I have a sql statement which outputs outstanding orders currently in the system and what date they are outstanding from. It may show as follows... 18/11/2018 - 1 19/11/2018 - 3 20/11/2018 - 2 Depending on how many orders are currently outstanding, these results can of course change for example more dates can be listed and the table can get longer if there are outstanding orders from further back in the year. My question is how best to display this data on the dashboard, is there a widget that can be used to display data like this? Than