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Widget changes are not saved after changing dashboards

Updated July 18, 2017

Overview

After editing and filtering a widget, the changes are not saved after changing dashboards.

Environment

VMAN 7.2

Resolution

Perform the following steps to restore the dashboard to default settings.

  1. Go to Explore > Content.
  2. Click Filter by Type > Dashboards.
  3. Select the affected dashboard and click Restore Defaults.

 

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