You can create a customized dashboard that contains different widgets including a watchlist of stocks (or other securities), charts, or news.

To create a new dashboard, use the “Create New” button in the left sidebar under MyDashboards. You can create a blank dashboard to start adding widgets, or you can load a customized template with widgets selected.

Create a New Dashboard on Koyfin

Once you create a blank dashboard, you can add widgets by clicking in the blank space. The widgets are resizable and you can drag widgets around in the dashboard.

Add Widgets to Custom Dashboard on Koyfin

Table / Watchlist

The table widget contains a watchlist which is a list of securities like stocks, ETFs, Mutual Funds, fx, economic data or any other data series on Koyfin. You can read more information in the MyWatchlists help page.

Inside a table widget, a template is a saved selection of columns, groups, sort and summary rows. You can load a template into a table widget (which will overwrite the existing columns), or you can save the current table as a new template.

Historical Graph

The historical graph widget displays the historical price or you can load one of your graph templates into the widget. You can create or edit a graph template in the G Graph function.

To change the loaded security in the graph, drag a ticker from your table into the graph.

Change the loaded security in the graph on Koyfin

Performance Graph

The performance graph shows the cumulative % change since the first day on the graph. For example, you can see the % change over the past one year, or YTD.

When dragging a ticker into the performance graph, you can either replace the tickers in the current graph, or add the ticker to the current selection. The toggle for add/replace is at the bottom of the graph.

Replace the tickers in the current graph on Koyfin

Additionally, we’ve added an enhanced functionality called My Dashboards Grouping which allows you to link the widgets together so that you could communicate changes easier between the components within the same group. Check out this article to learn more about the MYD Groups feature.