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The ability to add, modify and delete items in a Dashboard session depends on the credentials of the logged-in user.
The level of control a user has over a Dashboard's pages, panels, and data profiles depends on the user's credentials and the permissions associated with those credentials. Dashboard has three groups of authenticated users:
Each logged-in user may define and customize pages in a Dashboard session. The user's ability to add, modify, and delete a page depends on his assigned group permission and whether or not the page is set as public or private when created. The administrator can add, modify and delete all public and private pages belonging to any user. By contrast, the guest user can only view public pages and cannot add, modify or delete any pages. The other user can add, modify, and delete pages (both public and private) which belong to him. He can view public pages belonging to other users, but he cannot modify or delete them. Only the owner (and the administrator) can add, view, modify, and delete private pages.
After log on, the administrator can add, modify and delete all panels belonging to any user. By contrast, a guest user can only view panels and cannot add, modify or delete any panels. A user belonging to an other group can add, modify and delete his own panels, but he cannot modify or delete panels belonging to others.
The owner of a panel and the administrator can edit and save the settings for the modified panel by selecting the Save current chart settings check box at the bottom of the Edit Panel dialog box. If that check box is cleared, the changes made to the panel will take effect only in the current session and all modified settings will be discarded after the session terminates.