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Learn how to organize your charts in dashboards.

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Dashboard Variables Learn how to use dashboard variables.
Dashboard Variables (v2 Beta) Define dashboard variables to allow easy switches between different data sources.
Integrations Overview Learn how to customize a built-in integration and how to set up a custom integration.
AWS Lambda Function Integration Details Learn about AWS Lambda and Wavefront.
AWS Metrics Integration Learn how to send AWS Metrics data to Wavefront.
VMware Enterprise PKS Integration Details Learn about predefined alerts, code examples, and more
VMware vSphere Integration Details Learn details about the vSphere integration
Organizing with Tags Learn how to use tags to focus and speed up queries display and to unclutter the UI.
Tutorial: Getting Started Build dashboards and charts with sample data, create an alert, and get pointers to more info.
Getting Started with Wavefront (v2 Beta) Build dashboards and charts with sample data, create an alert, and get pointers to more info.
Create and Customize Charts Create charts, add and manage queries, and customize the chart.
Create and Customize Charts (v2 Beta) Create charts, add and manage queries, and customize the chart.
Create and Customize Dashboards Create dashboards, add charts, and customize dashboard layout.
Create and Customize Dashboards (v2 Beta) Create dashboards, add charts, and customize dashboard layout.
Examine Data with Dashboards and Charts Examine data with dashboards and charts
Examine Data with Dashboards and Charts (v2 Beta) Examine data with dashboards and charts
Share Dashboards and Charts Give dashboard access, share links to dashboards and charts, and create embedded charts.
What's New in v2 Dashboards & Charts Main improvements in the v2 UI and some FAQs.
Monitoring Wavefront Monitor and troubleshoot your Wavefront instance and examine version information.
Getting Data Samples With Spy Use HTTP endpoints to get samples of the metric points, spans, or ID allocations from your Wavefront instance.