Atlas dashboards now support 12 column layout

We have increased the visiblity in our custom dashboards, we now support 12 column layout(from 6 earlier), allowing more widgets(charts,tables) to be viewed on the screen.

Sample dashboard (market matrix): https://chartink.com/dashboard/11543

 

21 thoughts on “Atlas dashboards now support 12 column layout”

  1. Akash, Can you share link / manual to track a stock/ indices (future) on various parameters like RSI, MACD, AD etc in one screen in various graphs. I have taken membership, but not effectively able to the site.

    1. Sure, you need a dashboard display RSI values, MACD values in a table to view the same? If so, yes, this is possible. Please do email us so that we can send you the private link to your dashboard.

  2. Hello Aakash,
    Thanks for your team’s great effort, Can you help me to figureout how we can frame the application/json as you have described in your blog?

    I have successfuly done telegram hook using ifttt, but if I want to customize the trigger data, how can I do that?
    I tried something like this, not sure if it’s right approach.
    curl -X POST -H “Content-Type: application/json” -d ‘{“stocks”:new symbols,”trigger_prices”:,”triggered_at”:,”scan_name”:}’ https://maker.ifttt.com/trigger/alert/with/key/xxxx

    1. Hey, thanks for your kind comments. Its not possible to customize the data or the keys, they remain fixed to the ifttt format, which expects a maxmium of 3 values to be sent for the POST

  3. Hello,

    I am not a member yet. If I create a dashboard using my scans, I understand that anyone can view the dashboard if i provide the link to them.
    But can they also see the underlying scans that have been used to create the widgets/dashboards ?

    Secondly, can I use my existing scans when i start building a dashboard ? I see templates but that does not show the list of scans i have created under my login.

    Thanks,
    Konal

    1. Just figured out that the end user can ‘View Query’ if they have the link. Cool !!!

      Next logical question. If I become a paid member, create a dashboard, make it private and then give the link to someone, can they see the underlying filter and query even in this case ?

      Thanks !

        1. And there is no way we can only hide the underlying scan for a dashboard ? I am ok with anyone checking the results but the logic should be secure.

          Do consider this as a feature if it adds value to the product.

          Thanks !
          Konal

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