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Business Process Portal User's Guide
Using Dashboards : Managing your dashboard : Accessing the dashboard : Dashboard page
 
Dashboard page
The Dashboard page displays the dashboard assigned (or available) to you.
Business Process Portal provides the following out-of-the-box dashboard components:
*My Task List, which displays a list of tasks for the current user in a tabular format.
*My Instance List, which displays a list of instances created by the current user in a tabular format.
*Application Priorities, which displays priorities of all installed applications in a doughnut chart format.
*My Overdue Summary, which displays a summary of overdue tasks for the current user in a gauge format.
*My Tasks Details, which displays task details for the current user in a bar chart format.
*My Tasks Due Today, which displays the tasks that are due today for the current user in a bar chart format.
*My Overdue Tasks, which displays the overdue tasks for the current user in a funnel chart format.
*My Active Tasks, which displays active tasks for the current user in a pyramid chart format.
*My Alert List, which displays a list of alerts received by the current user in a tabular format.
*Map, which displays the map of the specified location.
*News, which displays the latest news from the specified source.
*Weather, which displays the current weather information for the specified location.
*Heatmap Widget, which displays heatmap of an application.
By default, all the above components, except the Heatmap Widget and Map, are available with the default dashboard — Performance Dashboard.
Note: You can use the Map component only if you have a valid license for the Google Maps.
From the Dashboard page, you can also perform the following operations:
*Select your default dashboard, as described in Selecting your dashboard.
*Customize your dashboard, as described in Customizing your dashboard.
*Restore a customized dashboard, as described in Restoring default dashboard.
*View component details and generate reports, as described in Viewing the details of a component.