Can multiple users edit a dashboard at the same time without losing changes one or the other person made prior to saving their edits?
Hi @Polina Carlson
With editing a Dashboard, it's best practice to have one user make an update at a time to make sure all changes are implemented and not overwritten. If two people change information at roughly the same time, the last saved change will be displayed.
I would suggest keeping an eye on the "Active Faces" area on the Dashboard to make sure you're the only one working on the dashboard, and communicate with your colleagues so they know what you've changed / when you've saved it.
You can see our article on working with multiple people here, or view a webinar on Collaboration Best Practices here.
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