Any Chart shared with you or created by you in Voxjar can be added to any number of your Dashboards.

Adding Charts to a Dashboard

It’s easy to add new Charts. Just click the “add new” button on the far right of the Dashboard Toolbar. Each new Chart will be added to the top left of your Dashboard and will push previous Charts down to make space.



All Charts on your Dashboards can be moved and resized with a few clicks. You can drag and drop Charts by hovering over the Chart then clicking on the header.
To resize Charts, click and drag the bottom right corner of the Chart.


Remove Charts

Removing a Chart only removes it from the Dashboard you are currently viewing. The Chart will still exist in your Charts List and on any other Dashboards it is attached to.
Simply click the top right corner of the Chart and select “Remove Chart”.


Edit Charts

If for any reason you want to edit the core data being displayed on a Chart you can select “Edit Chart” from the top right corner and you will be taken to the Chart Editor.
This should typically only be needed if you want to change the actual x or y axes. Otherwise, you can use filters to drill down and narrow your data set.


IMPORTANT: When you edit a Chart or change a Chart’s filters anywhere in Voxjar, you will change that Chart everywhere it is displayed.


Drill Down

You can drill down into Charts using Filters. Dashboard Filters will apply to every Chart on that Dashboard, Search Filters apply to all Charts within that Search, and Chart Filters will apply only to an individual Chart.
Dashboard Filters override all other Filters and Chart Filters override Search Filters.

(coming soon!)
Click on a Chart to Drill Down


Full Screen

When you open Charts in full-screen mode you will see all of the details of a Chart and its parent Search. You will also have access to all Calls associated with that Chart, the ability to add and save Filters to the Chart, and you can launch the Chart Editor to make more dramatic changes to a Chart.

Here is an in-depth view of Charts in Full-Screen Mode.


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