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Dashboard panels that are defined by profile in the Standard UI should tarnslate over to the TFUI/Dashboard .

Because of this limitation, an Admin cannot create dashboards for profiles.   When an organization has many users and wants consistency with some of the dashboards there is no bulk solution. 

End users must create their own dashboards in the TFUI or the Admin must log in to each and create.

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  • Feb 20 2020
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Component End User UI
Priority Medium - Important
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    JOHN Lundgren commented
    21 Apr 06:51pm

    Thank you for submitting this Idea!

    The IBM team is evaluating this enhancement request. A decision or request for more information will be provided within 90 days.

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    Guest commented
    26 Feb 12:59pm

    RBS have users with many widgets on their dashboards (lots of counts based on their filters) and have asked if there is any way to convert these to the TFUI to avoid setting them all up from scratch.