Search and insights dashboards
The Funnelback administration and insights dashboards provide web-based administration and reporting for your searches.
The search dashboard includes tools to:
Create, manage and configure search packages, data sources and results page.
Schedule data source and analytics updates, and manage the task queue.
Manage users, roles and licences.
Further information: Overview of the search dashboard
The Funnelback insights dashboard provides web-based access to results page analytics and reporting functions as well configuration of marketing tools such as best bets, curator rules and synonyms.
Further information: Overview of the insights dashboard
Logging in to the administration and insights dashboards
Access to the administration and insights dashboards requires a valid administration user.
- Squiz DXP
The search dashboard is accessed by clicking on the Funnelback button from the Squiz DXP console. The insights dashboard is accessed by clicking on the Funnelback analytics button from the Squiz DXP console. You will be transferred directly to the selected dashboard and authenticated using single sign on.
- Funnelback multi-tenanted and dedicated
The search dashboard is accessed by requesting the Funnelback server’s administration URL. By default this URLs is
https://<FUNNELBACK-SERVER>-admin.clients.funnelback.com/d/. Please contact your Funnelback customer success manager to obtain the correct login details. The insights dashboard is available from a similar URL:
https://<FUNNELBACK-SERVER>-admin.clients.funnelback.com/a/and once logged in to either dashboard you can easily switch between them via the menu bar.
When you access the search dashboard or insights dashboard you will be initially prompted with a login box where you need to enter your login details.
Enter the username and password as supplied by your administrator.
|By default your login session will remain active for a period of two hours after which time you will be prompted to log in again. This login period is adjustable globally by a system administrator.|