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  1. Often times we receive LM Administrators and Users requesting for a method to share dashboards with a target internal or external audience. ‘Share’ in the LM Vocabulary may take on two meanings: I. Sharing Dashboards II. For the sake of article – Dashboard Shares These terms might not be as conspicuous to the actual objective. For clarity – let us briefly describe each key-functionality: I. Sharing Dashboards This is explained in our article: https://www.logicmonitor.com/support/dashboards-and-widgets/managing-dashboards/sharing-dashboards/ An example - S
  2. It would be great if graphs could auto-scale using a logarithmic function so as to display data that tends to have wide variances. Currently, if one instance has an extremely high value, all other instances in the graph appear at the very bottom. A checkbox on the custom graph page should allow the graph to scale appropriately so as to keep that data visible.
  3. We have a use case to show "Response Times" from a subset of configured Websites. Ideally I'd like this to be in the Big Number widget. We also want to able to chart a subset of my Websites' response times over time in the Chart widget. Anyone found a useful workaround to achieve this? Would LM consider "upgrading" widgets to allow the presentation of Website data? Currently only the SLA widget seems capable of handling Website data.
  4. One of the biggest frustrations for us with LogicMonitor is breaking a bunch of dashboards and alerts if we move device groups to another location in the overall device group tree. For example: Say we have a nested device group called "Infrastructure/Hosts". Now our environment has changed a bit, and we want to add better organization to support the new changes to our environment. We move the hosts group to the following location "Infrastructure/PhysicalDevices/Hosts". All alert rules and dashboards that were filtering on "Infrastructure/Hosts" have now been broken, even though th
  5. Please make the blue bar with the PRINT link an optional item to display. We often temporarily share dashboards for management to use in presentations and the blue "PRINT" bar takes up screen real-estate. I'd to have a checkbox that I can tick to hide the print option and blue bar in the dashboard sharing dialog.
  6. Hello, We'd like to request some more usage for instance groups. Right now, it's just not very useful to group instances on a datasource. We have shared devices with datasources belonging to different teams and we have to create dashboards and alarm rules regarding those. Right now, we have to use the wildcard filter in a "creative" way to have shared device alerts and dashboards from different teams configured. It would be really helpful if the instance-group name could be used in Filters. Use-Case: * To configure alert rules for shared devices for different teams, we can group
  7. Time after (Up)time It’s one of the days that an unsung hero gets his chance to make a mark on the world.And who might this be? The floor function [x], also called the greatest integer function or integer value (Spanier and Oldham, 1987), gives the largest integer less than or equal to x. The floor function is not-normally implemented in the LM perspective – often brushed off, but it got its day when we had a user on chat who was looking on creating a dashboard which has server uptime in days instead of seconds. And so I tried devising a Big Number Widget that wou
  8. I've been looking at how best to represent the status of a service / application using Dashboards within LogicMonitor. It would be really useful if we could nest/cascade dashboards, so that you could represent items at a very high-level (e.g. overall status of your datacentre infrastructure) and then be able to drill down through underlying dashboards, etc. I've found that a similar functionality request was submitted some time ago by another member, but that was back in 2014.