Subscribe to a dashboard

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This article will help you:

  • Receive updates to a dashboard via email or Slack

When you subscribe to a dashboard, you'll receive an HTML-formatted email report with optional .CSV files. Dashboard subscription emails can be sent to anyone, including people who are not members of your Amplitude organization. 

Feature availability

This feature is available to users on all Amplitude plans. See our pricing page for more details.

To subscribe to a dashboard—either your own, or someone else's—follow these steps:

  1. From within the dashboard you want to subscribe to, click More, then select Subscribe from the drop-down menu. The Subscribe to Dashboard Reports modal will open.
  2. In the Email tab, your name should already appear in the Subscribe yourself field. Set your preferred update frequency and click Add.

    NOTE: If you own or co-own the dashboard, you can also add other subscribers, the Subscribe yourself field will be named Add subscribers; there, you can add subscribers other than yourself.

  3. To subscribe a Slack channel to the dashboard, click the Slack tab. In the Add new subscriber(s) field, enter the names of the Slack channels you want to subscribe to this dashboard. Notifications take the form of automated recurring dashboard PDFs, paired with a link back to the dashboard, sent to Slack channels you designate.
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Dashboard owners can add subscribers to a dashboard and set the update frequency (e.g., every Monday at 12pm UTC), with or without an attached .CSV file. Dashboard owners can also customize the frequency of email reports on a person-by-person basis.

View and manage the dashboards you are subscribed to by clicking gear_icon_for_settings.png > Organization Settings > Content Access > Dashboard Subscriptions. You can cancel subscriptions you no longer need or use, change the day of the week and time the email is sent, and specify whether the email should include a .CSV file. 

Admins can view and delete any dashboard subscriptions in their organization.

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