Creating an Anoboard Tile

To create a new Anoboard tile:

1. On the main Navigation panel, click Anomalies > New.

2. In the New Anoboard Settings dialog box:

    • Type the name of the new Anoboard
    • [Optional] Add Tags. Start typing a tag, if the tag exists it is displayed in the drop-down menu. Or create a new tag by entering the complete name in the tag field. New tags are automatically saved after selecting Create.
      Note: An unlimited number of tags can be added to the Tile. Use tags to organize, filter and search your Dashboard screen.
    • Choose Who can edit this Dashboard.

3. Click Create. The new Anoboard opens in a separate tab. 

4. In the Filter by tokens, properties or search panel, set or choose a:

    • Significance level by sliding the Significance bar
    • Minimum duration, select a Time period [minutes/ hours/days] from the Time period drop-down menu and then set the time value by sliding the Min duration bar
    • Minimum Delta, select either Percentage or Absolute from the Delta drop-down menu and then set the delta value by either sliding the Delta bar for Percentage or use the Up-down scroller to select an absolute delta value.
    • Click the Open Only control to display only anomalies that are not resolved.
    • Direction when to display the anomaly is higher or lower than the selected threshold:
      • Up and Down [default]
      • Up to display only if the anomaly value is higher than the set Threshold 
      • Down to display only if the anomaly value is lower than the set Threshold
    • Time Scale.
    • Anomaly type [All/Transient/Pattern Change]
    • Bookmarked Anomalies to display
    • Activate the Correlated Events switch to display predefined Events which correlate to the Anomalies. [Optional]

5. Choose a Time Range on the Anomaps/Anomalies workspace from drop down menu. 

6. Choose an Anomalies Sort [Start date/ Significance/ Absolute Delta > Ascend/Descend] order.

7. Click Save.

The Anoboard is saved to the Anoboards Dashboard window.

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