Updated at: 2022-12-09 03:49:50
It can set scheduled periodic tasks for the target object. Currently, it supports scheduled email push for the target dashboard by sharing links or PDF attachments.
► Creating Task:

1. Click Settings > Task Management > New to create new task, as follows: 
Field Name Description
* Task Name The name of the scheduled task
* Object It currently only supports dashboard files, and you can tick objects scheduled for execution in the dropdown list by clicking + Add.
* Time Range It is to set the data time range of task object forwarding content, which is the latest 24 hours by default.
Example: The time range is the last 24 hours, which means: "Perform the scheduled task on the data statistics report of dashboard A for the last 24 hours"
* Task Plan 3 plan types available: Daily, Weekly and Monthly
* Schedule It is to set the time window for sorting scheduled task execution. It can solve the problem of multitasking congestion. It is recommended to enable this option when there are too many tasks.
Example: If the schedule window is set to 30 minutes, then the execution time of the task is changed from 12: 30 to flexible time period: 12: 30-13: 00. The task will be delayed backwards in the time range in case of congestion.
* Action It supports to send email, as follows: 
* Email: One or more email receiving addresses are allowed, separated by comma or Enter key;
* Title: Fill in the email subject;
• Attachment: You can decide whether to attach a PDF of the dashboard or shared view link to the email.
After the above configuration, click Verify. The Email Sent status means the email can be sent normally.
2. Click Save to complete the task creation, you can view the task execution status in Settings > Task Management.
► Plan Task Record

It is to view the configuration information of the scheduled task, as well as the execution time and result of the previous tasks.
Click Settings > Task Management to enter the task list, click Record of the task to be viewed, to pop up Plan Task Record, as follows: