In addition to scheduling dashboards with agents, you can also schedule Explore dashboard deliveries with customers (or end users). You'll need to do a little extra work to enable this for each user. Before you begin, ensure you have enabled the setting Enable scheduling dashboards to end users on the Dashboard sharing permissions page. For details, see Configuring Explore dashboard sharing permissions.
Use the following procedure for each end user you want to enable dashboard deliveries to:
To configure end users for dashboard scheduling (Explore Enterprise)
Perform the following actions for each end user that you want to schedule dashboard deliveries with.
- In the Zendesk Support sidebar, click Customers ().
- Click the end user you want to configure for scheduling. You can restrict the list
of people to only end users by clicking the filter underneath the search
- In the Tags section of the user profile, enter the tag
Now, you can use the procedure in Scheduling dashboard deliveries to share the dashboard. The end user you configured will appear in the list of users you can choose to share with.
As shown in the graphic at the top of the article, this functionality requires Suite Enterprise or Explore Enterprise. You can check your subscription here: Viewing and managing plan subscriptions
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I also have the same problem. Even though I have added the tag as "Explore" it doesn't allow me to send the reports to share the dashboard.
Hello - does anyone know how to send the dashboard to an end-user as a ticket attachment rather than to their email address? For security purposes, we'd like them to log in to Zendesk and retrieve the file from a ticket.
how can i make sure that only specific endusers from specific organizations have access to a explore dashboard? Thanks
My company is using Suite Enterprise plan but we can't share the dashboard to End User.
I have been following the instruction but the End User account never show up on sharing tab
I'd suggest exporting the dashboard tab you want to share, saving it to your computer as a PDF or other format, then attaching the saved file. For more information, see "To export an entire dashboard tab" here: Getting started with prebuilt dashboards
I hope all is well! Yes, you will need to add the tag manually to each end-user you want to see available for the dashboard scheduling. Adding the tag does add the custom to the list of end-users that can be chosen for the Dashboard scheduling. You will only share the Dashboard with those you select during the Dashboard delivery configuration.
I hope this helps!
Thanks! This article was really helpful! The only thing I am not sure is that, do we manually add end users with explore tag every time we want to send a report to specific end users? Is there a way we could type the tag, 'explore' instead, and then the list of end users with that tag would show up in the list for us to select the only ones we need to send out a report? Thank you!
Hello there. After adding the user tag 'explore' to the specific user, I don't see it in the list of users that I can choose to share. What might be wrong?
Once you're done with configuring Explore dashboard sharing permissions and adding the tag explore to specific end-users, you should be able to locate specific end-users from specific organizations that have access to an Explore dashboard as follows:
1. From Zendesk Support, perform an advanced search and enter the following keywords in the search bar: role:end-user tags:explore.
2. Below the search bar, click on the Users tab to filter the results which should automatically provide you with a list of end-users who has the tag explore added to their user profiles along with the name of the organizations they belong to.
3. Lastly, in Explore, go to Admin > then select Dashboard email delivery to review existing scheduled dashboard deliveries and confirm if the end-users from the search results above are added as recipients to any of the schedules.
I hope this helps! Stay safe! (:
Thank you, @..., but we are looking for a solution that would help us do this at scale with hundreds (if not thousands) of users. Suggestions welcome. Thanks.
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