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Discovering your Statistics on the Start Page

Discovering your Dashboard on the Start Page

Statistics are graphical summaries of the information pertaining to you. You can open your statistics on the start page taking your access permissions and entitlements into account.

NOTE: These statistics used to under Access Governance in early versions of the Web Portal.

More statistics about managed organizations, system entitlements, business roles and system roles are available for managers in the My Responsibilities menu .

The data on the start page is updated daily. You can customize the data you see on the dashboard by selecting the objects you want to include, and which statistics you want to show for each object. Checking your dashboard regularly can help you understand any issues that need addressing. For more information, see What Statistics are Available?.

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Statistics

Graphical representation of data is depicted by diagrams. Heatmaps also provide data in graphical form. For more information, see Heatmap.

Table 84: Icons Used in Diagrams

Icon

Meaning

The value in this statistic is in the balance. It is neither critical nor compliant. You should keep an eye on this value or statistic, respectively.

This value has not changed. The date of last change is shown when you mouse over.

This icon verifies that the value in this statistic compliant. The arrow icon displayed in combination with this icon, is also green and provides more detailed information about changes to the value.

This icon indicates that the value in this statistic is in the critical range. The arrow icon displayed in combination with this icon, also means critical and provides more detailed information about changes to the value.

This arrow icon shows an increasing value since the last change and is colored green. The value is still in a compliant range. The difference since the last change is shown when you mouse over.

This arrow icon shows a decreasing value since the last change and is colored green. The value is still in a compliant range. The difference since the last change is shown when you mouse over.

This arrow icon shows an increasing value since the last change and is colored red. The value is in the non-compliant range and more critical than before. The difference since the last change is shown when you mouse over.

This arrow icon shows a decreasing value since the last change and is colored red. The value is in the non-compliant range but better than before. The difference since the last change is shown when you mouse over.

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Viewing Statistics

Hyper Views, heatmaps and statistics behave differently in the desktop view as opposed to the mobile view. For more information, see Heatmaps and Statistics in the Mobile View.

To open a statistics view

  1. Select the start page .

    Roles and organizations are displayed on the start page.

  2. Click the role or organization you want to see in more detail.

    Depending on your selection, you are shown statistics either in form of a table or a heatmap. There are also, however, roles or organizations, which take you to a page with source data.

Hiding Statistics

You can hide statistic, which are not relevant. These you can show again at any time over your Personal Dashboard Settings in the Settings menu. For more information, see Personal Dashboard Settings.

To hide statistics

  1. Select the start page using .

    Roles and organizations are displayed on the start page.

  2. Click the role or organization you want to see in more detail.
  3. Click the selected role's view.
  4. Disable one or more statistics in the list that you do not want to see anymore.
  5. Close the dialog box.

    This hides the selected statistics.

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