Terry Harris - 9 months ago
We hit this limit within the first couple of months! It has crippled our adoption because Sales people in particular are not going to root around in reports to find information about their book of business and production - and you can forget about training them on customizing the reports! Instead our users go to our legacy/proprietary system for reports where the security is enforced and they can use filtering from controls on the report.
Dashboards should honor the Security settings of the org by default, with exception being to run as a specific user. Dashboards work the opposite of every other object in Salesforce regarding security of data. You try to be helpful is a nice Dashboard, especially when new or training someone, and suddenly people have access to all the data they shouldn't!!!!
I am now even more frustrated than in the past because our Salesforce adoption is expanding to other departments now and it is extremely frustrating not to be able to give the teams Dashboards where they can see their records.
To add insult to injury, I haven't found an easy way (or any way yet) to add a report link to the Home Page in Lightning which would honor the Security settings.
Laura Landphair - 10 months ago
Dynamic dashboards are one of the most important ways we can show value to our users. We're an enterprise orgs with over 250 users in 10 different departments. How would 5 dynamic dashboards ever be enough? The result is having to make a specific dashboard and reports for a specific user which is a maintenance nightmare.
Alex Niemer - 11 months ago
This is a much needed addition 10 is way to low and paying for more is out of the question, we are finding ourselves having to come up with solutions that are not as seemless as a simple dynamic dashboard. Having to pick and choose which dashboards we run as dynamic is unfortuante. The reps who get stuck without the dynamic dashboard dont get the full Salesforce feel. Please increase or remove this limit.