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You may find that occasionally when you create your dashboards, you have more content than what can fit on your canvas. There are a few solutions that help you manage how your dashboard space is displayed, so you can get a full view of your dashboard content.
The easiest method to display your entire dashboard in one screen is selecting the Full Screen Mode button in the top right-hand corner of the dashboard.
Selecting the Full Screen Mode button puts your browser into full screen mode, removing all chrome elements from around the dashboard, and thereby increasing the amount of viewable space.
From within Full-Screen Mode, you can select the Fit to Screen option to shrink all of your tiles so they fit on a single screen, without the need for scrollbars. This is commonly called TV mode, and is useful for giving presentations with dashboards, or displaying a dashboard on hallway monitors.
Another way to manage dashboard space is collapsing the Navigation pane on the left-hand side of the page, by selecting the hamburger icon. To expand the navigation pane, click the icon again.
You can ensure that a dashboard will always have a collapsed navigation bar by appending the following to the end of the URL:
Users who follow that link will open the dashboard with a collapsed navigation bar.