Widget Library

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Datto RMM Dashboards are available within the New UI BETA tab for all partners to access in a beta capacity if Dashboard permissions are enabled (refer to Security Level Details - Permissions). As such, you should not contact Support for assistance. Instead, if you have suggestions, comments, or find a bug, please submit your feedback via the Send Feedback button. Your feedback will be sent directly to the development team. It will be used to improve the functionality of the dashboards and to prioritize new features.

Dashboards display data widgets, which are graphical interface elements that visualize and summarize information about the data in Datto RMM. In some cases, clicking on, or "drilling into" a graphical element opens a table grid containing the underlying data. Clicking the "X" returns you to the main display for the widget. You can also click on an individual record to open that record in the Web Portal. Refer to The Datto RMM Web Portal.

Widget Types

Any site filters applied will constrain the result sets for the widgets. Refer to Dashboards Settings.

The following widget types are currently available from the Widget Library:

Name Type Description Settings
Offline Devices
Statistics Shows the number of offline devices. Clicking on the number in the widget allows you to drill down into a list of the offline devices.
A threshold can be configured above which the value will change color. You may also select the Device Types to display.
Offline Devices
Doughnut Shows the number of offline devices. Clicking on a section of the doughnut allows you to drill down into a list of either the online or the offline devices. N/A
Offline Devices by Device Type
Doughnut Shows the number of offline devices by Device Type. Clicking on a section of the doughnut allows you to drill down into a list of offline devices of the same device type.
Select the recency of offline devices to display, the Device Types, and whether or not to display Device Type labels.
Offline Devices
Tree Map Shows a tree map of offline devices. Each rectangle represents a site's offline devices. The size of the rectangle represents the number of devices in a site that are offline, and the color represents how many devices have gone offline in the configured period as a proportion of all devices. Clicking on a site in widget allows you to drill down into a list of the offline devices for that site.

Select the recency of offline devices to display, enter a site limit, and select the Device Types.
Offline Devices
Tree Shows a tree of offline devices. The color of the node provides an indication of how recently the device went offline, with a gray color representing devices that went offline a long time ago. Red represents devices that have gone offline recently. Hovering over the root node shows the count of child sites that have offline devices. Hovering over the site node shows the count of offline devices within the site. Clicking on the site or device nodes allows you to drill down into individual sites or individual devices in the Datto RMM Web Portal. Clicking on the root note collapses the tree structure.
Select the recency of offline devices to display, enter a device limit, and select the Device Types to display.
Recent Offline Devices
Graph Force Shows a graph force representation of offline devices. Recently offline devices are represented as larger dots. N/A
Windows Patch Status
Doughnut Shows a breakdown of Windows device patch statuses. Clicking on a section of the doughnut allows you to drill down into a list of devices with the same patch status. N/A
Antivirus Status
Doughnut Shows a breakdown of antivirus status. Clicking on a section of the doughnut allows you to drill down into a list of devices with the same antivirus status. N/A
Notes
Text Enter and save custom notes. N/A
Clock
Clock Displays the current time.
Select a timezone and whether or not to display the timezone label.
Alerts by Category (Open)
Doughnut Shows a breakdown of the number of open alerts. Clicking on a section of the doughnut allows you to drill down into a list of alerts of the same category. Select the recency of alerts to display, the display priorities, and the category of the alerts.
Alerts by Priority (Open)
Doughnut Shows a breakdown of the number of open alerts by priority. Clicking on a section of the doughnut allows you to drill down into a list of alerts with the same priority type. Select the recency of alerts to display, the display priorities, and the category of the alerts.
Recent Alerts
Table Shows a tabular view of open alerts. The table header has a badge showing the number of alerts, and the color of the badge matches the color of the highest priority alert in the list.
Select the recency of alerts to display, the display priorities, which audible alerts will play a sound when an alert is raised, and the category of the alerts from the Widget Settings. The Column Chooser allows you to show or hide certain columns within the table. Select an option to show the column in the table, or deselect the option to remove it from the table. Fields that are unavailable to show or hide for this table are grayed out and not available for selection. You may also reorder columns in the table by clicking and dragging the header for the column you wish to move.

For the audible alerts, select the check box next to each alert type to preview the sound played for that alert. These sounds are not currently customizable.

Software Management Status
Doughnut Shows a breakdown of software management status. Clicking on a section of the doughnut allows you to drill down into a list of devices within their respective sites and the software management status for each device. N/A
Text
Text Enter and save custom text, including the title of the widget. In full screen mode, text editing will not be available, and the title will be hidden. N/A

 

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