When working with Dashboard Studio, you might find that components within your dashboards display as empty because they depend on a token setting from another visualization or input selection. You want to hide these if data is unavailable, and have them show again when data becomes available.
This video shows you how to apply a setting that toggles the visibility of elements like charts and inputs based on whether data is available for them to display. You'll learn:
- The differences between Absolute and Grid layouts in applying this setting
- How to apply the setting to an empty panel, check it is appropriately hidden, and check its visibility when data is available
- How to apply the same toggle concept to inputs
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In addition, these resources might help you understand and implement this guidance:
- Splunk Docs: Dashboard Studio
- Product tip: Using Dashboard Studio inputs in the canvas
- Product tip: Using the events viewer visualization in Dashboard Studio
- Product tip: Converting a Classic dashboard to Dashboard Studio
- Product tip: Configuring the trellis layout in Dashboard Studio
- Product tip: Using the Link to Search and Link to Reports interactions in Dashboard Studio
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